Saturday, May 7, 2011

my story in Danse Macabre

I'm fortunate to see  my story, "Yoke Not Yokel,"  included in this issue of one of my absolute favorite online mags.  It's intelligent, risky, ground-breaking and well written.
Danse Macabre
opens Fri 6 May @

From Adam Henry Carrière, Verleger / Herausgeber, Editor
at Danse Macabre:
"While somewhat modest in scope, you will find Morgenblätter a macabrely way to colour your May mornings breakfast treats of   I;m humbled to be included in such company are: New fictions from Patricia Carragon, Gail Gray, and Keith Laufenberg ... poetry from Kate Falvey, Dennis Mahagin, and Ken Poyner ... PLUS! We present a new transaltion of Hungarian master Endre Ady by emerging poet Károly Kiss, a delightfully eerie gallery of both 19th Century illustrations & 20th Century gag photography, as well as out-of-print klassiche by Irish ghostlies J. Sheridan Le Fanu and Elliott O'Donnell.

Please help spread the word with all your fans, family, friends (and frenemies). The value-add of Danse Macabre as a platform for avant garde work derives in no small part from people like you helping to expand Danse Macabre's  worldwide readership, already in the many thousands monthly. For your convenience, you'll find printer-friendly Publicité @

Thanks all, for helping build another coloratura triumph. I hope this finds each of you in the best of Spring prose. Servus!"

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