Amoskeag, the literary journal of Southern New Hampshire University, generously interviews some of the writers and poets who contributed to their current issue. I was fortunate enough to have been asked. My interview is now on their site. You can read it if you are really bored by clicking on the banner above.
"The Man Who Hated Maggie Smith" is now available in Calliope, the official
publication of the Writers' Special Interest Group (SIG) of American Mensa, Ltd.
Calliope is published four times a year and features short fiction, poetry, and articles about writing by established and aspiring writers from within Mensa and around the world. You can purchase a copy for $5 on the Calliope website by clicking on the cover to the right.
In a NewPages article covering the 30th Anniversary Issue of Amoskeag, Michael J. Brien, who announced that Issue 32 will be his last as editor, mentioned that Ainey Greaney and I, both contirbutors to the Anniversary Issue, had been selected as Notables in The Best American Essays of 2013. Link To Article