December 1, 2019 – Thrilled to announce that Clarendon House Publications’ Maelstrom: The Inner Circle Writers’ Group Literary Anthology 2019 has been published, which includes the short story “Roadkill”. Truly a great honor and follow-up to Poetica: The Inner Circle Writer’s Group Poetry Anthology 2019.
November 27, 2019 – Short story “Roadkill” (originally published at Expat Press) has been accepted for reprint at CultureCult Press’ new and upcoming violent fictions anthology Bloodlet. Publication date TBD.
Many thanks to Simone Dubois and Editor Jay Chakravarti for my second anthology appearance at CultureCult Magazine and Press!
November 15, 2019 – Short story “Roadkill” (originally published at Expat Press) has been accepted for reprint in MAELSTROM: The Inner Circle Writers’ Group Literary Anthology 2019. Many thanks to Grant Hudson, Founder of Clarendon House Publications, for the acceptance and my second anthology appearance at CHP (the first being poem “AI! AI! AI! [A Tartarus for Youth] in Poetica: The Inner Circle Writers’ Group Poetry Anthology 2019).
October 3, 2019 – David A. Estringel will appear, again, soon at Logos Literature in a poetry series of 10 previously published poems (new and old) that will appear throughout October 2019. Poems include:
- Blue Sky through Bare Branches (Foliate Oak Magzine)
- Old Filament, Broken Bulb (Expat Press)
- The Spaces in Between (Terror House Magazine)
- Nothing Lasts (Terror House Magazine)
- AI! AI! AI! (A Tartarus for Youth) (Terror House Magazine)
- life in/verse (Setu Bilingual Journal)
- little deaths (Cajun Mutt Press)
- Cajeta (Gimme Some Sweet!) (Cajun Mutt Press)
- Burn (The Bitchin’ Kitsch)
- Coda-Switch (Cajun Mutt Press)
Many thanks to Editor and Founder Kaiter Enless for the ongoing support of my short fiction pieces “Roadkill” (Expat Press), “Windows” (Down in the Dirt), and “When Blood Wants Blood” (Down in the Dirt) and, now, my verse. SUBMIT, if you haven’t! Logos Literature’s pieces are truly unique and beautiful reads, so I consider myself honored to be a part of the mix!
August 5, 2019 – Short stories “Windows” (about dealing with a parent with Alzheimer’s Disease) and “When Blood Wants Blood” (about Santeria, ancestor worship, and life struggles) were accepted for reprint today at Logos Literature (publication on 85/5/19 and 8/6/19, respectively). They have been INCREDIBLY supportive of “Roadkill” and I, so it was a “no-brainer” in deciding to give my remaining two short stories one last “go-round” with Logos Literature and Founder & Lead Editor Kaiter Enless before they are FINALLY “put out to pasture” (excluding any current submissions that are pending review/publication).
July 4, 2019 – Short story “Windows” accepted for reprint at Alien Buddha Zine for their November 2019 issue (#12). Looking forward to appearing in ABZ, again, and happy that those will be the pages this story will be put to pasture in. “Windows”, along with “Roadkill” and “When Blood Wants Blood”, is one of the first short stories I ever penned and got published and has had a really great run. Time for these ‘lil’ darlings’ to be put to bed, though…Bigger and better stuff coming.
April 25, 2019 – Reprint of “Roadkill” appeared today at Fishbowl Press. The cover art is amazing and actually captured the underlying story of the piece. Couldn’t be happier with the art and the wonderful experience I had with the editorial staff. This will be the fourth reprint “Roadkill” has had since October 2018, including its appearance in my book Indelible Fingerprints. So happy that the story still has some fuel.
April 18, 2019 –
Short story “Roadkill” was accepted for reprint at Fishbowl Press today and will appear on their online platform on April 25, 2019. Very excited! My new poem “little deaths” (very different from my other one “little death” [singular and a haiku]) was also accepted for publication and will appear once they figure out how to introduce poetry into their publication. Thanks, Fishbowl Press, for bestowing upon me the honor of busting your poetry cherry!
This is an AMAZING online publication and I am very excited about being included.