Let’s take this year is reverse order:
My latest essay, Why I Don’t Believe in Kim Jong Il or Jesus Christ, is now live over at An American Atheist.
Also, I’ve separated out my published Fiction and Non-Fiction pages here since I now have enough essays to justify their own page, and going forward I’ll have a monthly column (or two) with ManArchy Magazine in 2012.
The recent Deprogramming series at An American Atheist dealt with growing up within Evangelical Christianity, why I’m no longer a Christian, the value of intellectual honesty, and what we should all remember about end of the world predictions. This series will probably see some more entries in 2012.
I’ve also now got an author page over at Amazon.com. How cool is that?
But perhaps the most exciting news is this: My first two print publications hit the presses late this year.
Negative #6 was published in the October issue of Kindling, a very interesting non-magazine magazine of very short fiction and poetry that I can recommend to just about anyone.
The Liberation of Edward Kellor was published in the noir collection, Warmed and Bound : A Velvet Anthology, and is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. This collection features modern noir writers Craig Clevenger, Stephen Graham Jones and Brian Evenson, as well as many promising new voices like Richard Thomas, Caleb J Ross and Vincent Louis Carella.
Truth be told, there’s just too much to list here. Podcast interviews, panel discussions, finally finishing that gemology degree. Just Google my name. Even I’m shocked at the amount of information floating around out there about me. And I intend to keep the momentum going in 2012 (doomsday prophecies be damned!)
Here’s to another good year!