Last night, Cinco de Awesome was awesome. Packed room, great readers, even sold a copy of The Serial Rapist Sitting Behind You is a Robot. It was one of the best readings I’ve ever been a part of. Later, Ben Tanzer interviewed me for his podcast outside of a bar in Wicker Park. Hopefully, it’ll be up on Sunday. Mason Johnson also said some nice things about Thursday’s Encyclopedia Show and Cinco de Awesome.
It is official, I will be in Orlando’s first ever Literary Death Match on May 29, pitted against Ryan Rivas, Gregory Sherl, and Ashley Inguanta. This is a tremendous step in the right direction of the literary health of Orlando. If you click on the link, you’ll see more details about the show and ticket prices.
This upcoming Tuesday is the first ever edition of There Will Be Words and the Orlando Weekly picked it as a Selection of the Week. It’s free to get in but there will be a limited edition chapbook for sale, where the proceeds will go to the readers and Burrow Press.