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My first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures, Hippocampus Press, will be out of print soon. Copies are still currently available on Amazon or the Hippocampus site. This book contains the story “How Bria Died,” which appeared also in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Vito Gulla

Vito is a fellow professor at Delaware County Community College, a friend, and a phenomenal writer. His comments here concerning literary versus genre fiction are enlightening, though I might add that many pieces of classic “literary fiction” were originally meant … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Annalisa Castaldo

My Note: I have known Dr. Annalisa Castaldo for just short of twenty years now. I was lucky enough to get assigned to her Introduction to Shakespeare class at Temple University in the mid to late nineties. I was well … Continue reading

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