The short story, like Jazz and breakdancing, is a great American art form. My personal all-time fave short story writer is Flannery O’Connor, but I also love Twain, O. Henry, Poe, Capote, et al. I myself am a perennial scribbler of short stories, but up until now my marketing strategy for them has been the¬†traditional George McFly approach. For a quick tutorial on this failsafe strategy watch this 33 second instructional video:

Anyway, I feel like I’ve progressed far enough beyond my “awkward stage” to the point that I’m ready for the world to know just how mediocre a short story writer I really am! So, put your Culture Hats on, people! It’s story time!

1.  The New Adanism

2.  Calling Poundcake

3. Hunger of the Dead

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  1. Greetings from Cincinnati, I saw you interviewed on EWTN and I’m glad to say I got on your TSOW site and read how you made friends with the devil and three of your short stories which I loved !!!! I’m looking forward to reading lots more of your work. Although we’ve never met , I know you exist and I thank God for it.

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