Thursday, June 14, 2012

New chapbook: I'm this robot.

The first week of June marked the release of my latest chapbook entitled I'm this robot. 
The book is an 18 page homemade dandy published by the newly minted Eephus Press.
I created Eephus Press as a way of taking a hands on approach to publishing my work. Self-publishing sites like Lulu are far too sterile for my liking. With Eephus Press I can cut and paste and staple everything to my liking. Shut up, Tim.

Try some Robot for yourself. Price is $4ppd.
Write to:
Eephus Press
P.O. Box 1183
Portage, IN 46368
On June 9th I gave my second reading of the year in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood. The reading was part of the Summer Reading Series hosted by The Logan Square Literary Review and held at the very unique Comfort Station on North Milwaukee. 

Publishing credits May/June

24 Oct 2009 published in the May 2012 edition of Red Fez.

Michael Grover says poetry...  published by Clutching At Straws.

a milwaukee recap of sorts published in the June 2012 edition of Red Fez.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

It has been a great (and challenging) learning experience to be cast in the Hammond Community Theatre's  production of "Sordid Lives." The play, written by Del Shores, will be performed at Beatniks on Conkey.

I'm cast in the role of Odell Owens alongside some incredibly talented local stage veterans. I've especially learned a lot working with director Dale Kelley and fellow castmates Don Taylor, Rip Johnson, Kim Bernstein, and Andrea Creasbaum. 

Here's some press our show has received:

The Northwest Indiana Times 

The Post-Tribune

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Logan Square Literary Review

On January 26th I took part in a Chicago reading organized by the folks at the Logan Square Literary Review. The reading was held at the Comfort Station and was attended by a very supportive and welcoming crowd. This gig marked my first reading in Chicago, and I look forward to the next opportunity.

The Logan Square Literary Review is a slick looking quarterly journal. They accept submissions in various genres. The latest issue features poems, short fiction, restaurant reviews, and even recipes.