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“DENIGRATING DAVID” NOW IN STATE OF IMAGINATION’S JULY ISSUE!

My short story “Denigrating David” is now in State of Imagination’s July issue!

I’ve been reading State of Imagination since its inception and I enjoy the fresh pieces they publish. Another interesting feature of State of Imagination? It asks each of its writers to provide a paragraph on the impetus for the piece and then publishes it alongside the piece, which is fascinating—especially for me, who keeps a log of all the ideas or inciting incidents that inspired each of my short stories.

I’m really proud that “David” is alongside some very unique pieces, among them Theresa Williams’ “Autopsy,” which is a serious and deeply disturbing piece that explores the effects of death on those that remain alive. Check out the full issue, here: http://stateofimagination.com/index-soi-3/

If you’d rather just go directly to my story, visit here: http://stateofimagination.com/denigrating-david-by-kristi-petersen-schoonover/

STATE OF IMAGINATION WILL PUBLISH MY STORY “DENIGRATING DAVID” IN ITS JULY ISSUE!

I’m thrilled to announce that State of Imagination will publish my short story “Denigrating David” in its July issue, which goes live on July 1.

Visit the magazine here: http://stateofimagination.com/

And if you want a taste of something absolutely disturbing and creepy, I recommend Tammy Hanna’s “Pecking Order” in the mag’s April issue. Check that out here: http://stateofimagination.com/pecking-order-by-tammy-hanna/

“DENIGRATING DAVID” DESTINED FOR DISCIPLES OF POE

“Denigrating David”—my Poe-esque short story that takes place in an abandoned Row House in Baltimore—has just been accepted by Last Rites Publishing for its upcoming Disciples of Poe anthology.

Disciples of Poe has a tentative publication date of February, 2011.

If you write ghost or horror stories and have a love for Poe, their deadline isn’t for awhile yet, so you’ve got time. I encourage you to check out their submission guidelines here.

http://www.lastritespublishing.com/

Edgar Allan Poe's monument, Baltimore, Maryland.

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