Saturday, July 18, 2009

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Blarg. Probably shouldn't have poured expired milk in my cereal this morning.

My summer writing program is long over. Cool workshops. The stuff in the afternoon wasn't so good, like lectures and panels. Too much of a poetry slant. Did a presentation during a panel about how to start a lit journal. Highlights were the workshops with Laird Hunt and Brian Evenson (and Joanna Howard). Saw him dance to a Michael Jackson song. Liked Selah Saterstrom's weekly class a lot. I don't know why I don't hear about her books more often. You should read them. Michelle Ellsworth's performance was great, although I was ill. Was in her workshop for the first day, but switched to Evenson's for the second after someone dropped out. Made a teacup breakdance on its own volition for like five minutes. Saw people breakdancing on yuppie street a few days ago. Couldn't see much since they were ground level and people were blocking my view.

Met lots of people. Nice to be part of a scene that doesn't exist mostly on the internet.

Things are happening.

New issue of Zygote in My Coffee with my prose poem, "A Suicidal Amputee Tries to Kill Himself by Rolling Off His Bed, Down the Stairs, Through the Screen Door, and Into Traffic; Some Dominican Kids Poke Him With Sticks Too, and an Eagle Shits on Him" Thanks Jerome for the prompt.

Afterbirth Books is putting out my novella collection, Disappointing Sophomoric Effort, maybe before the end of the year.

Raw Dog Screaming Press is putting out my short story collection, My Heart Said No, But the Camera Crew Said Yes!, next year.

Another book was accepted for publication that I can't talk about yet.

My novella that appeared in The Bizarro Starter Kit (Blue)-- Cheesequake Smash-up-- was nominated for The &NOW Awards: The Best Innovative Writing.

Have been posting under A_Lawn_Gnome for Twitter 66. Probably should do that more.

Have a bunch of time to kill. School doesn't begin again until the end of August. Psyched for a relaxed semester. Summer program was a little too much. Spending 13 hours a day at school almost every day for a month. Although that's with lots of breaks.

Doing a 3 day novella writing challenge starting Thursday. Gina Ranalli is joining in. Maybe Sam Pink. Maybe others. Join in.

Blarg.

17 comments:

Ryan W. Bradley said...

congrats on all the big news!

Molly Gaudry said...

Count me in for Thursday, Friday, Saturday. And ditto Ryan! Congrats!

Jason Gusmann said...

Disappointing Sophmoric Effort and My Heart Said No, But the Camera Crew Said Yes! are two of the best titles ever. i look forward to reading them in their entirety.

Jason Jordan said...

Congratulations, Bradley.

Andy said...

I will buy your books when they come out and if I don't like them I will fill them with pubic hair (both from myself and others) and then mail them back to you.

Bradley Sands said...

Thanks all.

Molly: Awesome.

Andy: You can buy the $50 limited editions that predict the way you will die. The more economical editions will be unavailable to you because of magic. "Damn you magic!" you will shout, reeling from the blow to your bank account, wondering how the lit firecrackers will find their way into your mouth.

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