CARPE ARTICULUM, FEATURING “DOORS,” NOW IN BOOKSTORES!
I’m thrilled to announce that Carpe Articulum Literary Review’s Fall 2010 Issue, which features my short story “Doors,” is now available.
This issue contains interviews with the former head of MGM Studios, Herbert F. Solow (if you’re a fan of the original Star Trek, he was the Executive in Charge of Production), and his wife, Harrison, a Pushcart Prize winner. What’s even more exciting for me is the presence of ghosts in this issue—Dr. James Ulmer presents a fantastic critical essay, “In Defense of the Otherworldly: A Discussion of the Ghost in Western Literature,” followed by his short story, “Covered Bridge Road.” For those of you who know I’ll soon be teaching a course on writing good ghost stories, you can see why I’m ecstatic.
And for those of you who know about my deep connection to the ocean and its creatures, you’ll understand why I can’t think of a more appropriate place for this special story—this issue’s theme is Mystery, and many of the pieces and artwork focus on the sea. Perhaps, as Editor-in-Chief Hadassah Broscova points out in her introduction, the most mysterious place on earth.
The Fall issue can be purchased at Barnes & Noble, Borders, I believe Amazon, and directly from Carpe here: www.carpearticulum.com/
Posted on September 1, 2010, in News, Short Stories and tagged Barnes & Noble, Borders, Carpe Articulum Literary Review, Doors, Dr. James Ulmer, Harrison Solow, Herbert F. Solow, sea, Short Stories, Solow. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.