“High School Creative Writing”

March 29, 2013 § 1 Comment

This week, I want to direct your attention over to Revolver, where my new short story “High School Creative Writing” went up a couple of days ago.


High School Creative Writing

Like most of what I write, it’s got a little comedy mixed with a little tragedy, but I’ll warn you that it’s a little dirty, too.  At the Cracked Walnut reading I did last week, I warned the audience there were several instances of the “j-word.”  They whispered in confusion, unsure of what I could mean, but once I dropped the bomb about halfway through the story, everyone gasped in recognition.  If you don’t know what the j-word is, you’ll just have to click this link to find out.

In all seriousness, though, I’m very grateful to the wonderful and dedicated staff at Revolver, and everyone who’s read the story so far.  I’ve already gotten some great feedback, criticism, and encouragement, but I’m greedy for more, so please let me know what you loved and hated about the piece if you get the chance.

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