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Super Moses Brothers: A Book Report on Bible Adventures

This post was originally written May 24th, 2015.

For being a religious person, I’m not really all that overly religious.

What I mean to say is that I have faith in something, I just don’t push that side of myself on people. 687 more words

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Adventures in Real Life

So, I’ve been dealing with some real world issues lately–family, friends, circumstances.  I haven’t had a lot of time or energy to update or complete some of the threads I’ve lain, but will get to those soon enough. 675 more words

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Stuff We Like: Ebook Flights

Publishing Genius (PGP), the small press run by Adam Robinson, has always excited us, from the broadside project that launched the press in Baltimore in 2006 to Everyday Genius (a daily online magazine that closed its doors in 2014), to Chapbook Genius (e-books that could be printed out and assembled into books), to the actual press (which gave us Shane Jones’ … 156 more words


weekend reading

There’s a new(ish) literary journal in Austin, The Austin Review! From their most recent issue, An Executionby Gabe Durham, is a comment about the death penalty and how, in our modern technological age, the internet grants a type of anonymity that often leads to less-than-well-thought-out commentary on serious issues- like the loss of life. 194 more words

Hear Me On Surreal Sermons

The Surreal Sermons podcast episode 23 is now live, featuring a slew of great authors interviewed by the talented Jeremy Maddux. Industrial music fans will catch the significance of this episode number and realize it is… 143 more words