Losing Grip is back in black, baby! Reprinted courtesy of Defenestration Mag, Losing Grip is the story of a man who wakes up one morning with a grenade in his hand.
So when I left you all last, I had done basically nothing for February. Well, I had submitted one thing, but I don’t know what that really counts for. March has been different, with...
We’re at the end of February (and well into March) so I thought I’d reflect on my process so far.
It’s not that I have too many books. It’s just that I have enough that it’s hard to keep track of them all. Some far wiser friends once told me that the day would...
100 rejections. That’s my goal for 2021.
I’m posting this as much for posterity (because this is a forgetful turnip), but I won two awards at the 2020 Fitzpatrick Awards: Best Satire and Serious Subeditor.
‘Candid Communication vs. Elaborate Eloquence’ is an ex–post facto collaborative piece wherein the title was selected by a third-party without consultation between finalising and publication. In a perfect world, it would be called ‘Clear...
‘Staring into the eyes of many strangers to know oneself’ is a snapshot of truthful representation in the Zoom age and the frustrations that entails.
‘The Final Wall’ is a fictionalised account of a genuinely real historical event that definitely actually happened.
‘Extension Email Gets Existential’ is a sneak peek into the mind of a chronically procrastinatory perfectionist.