New Short Story "How To Murder Your Wife and Make Marinara Sauce"

"How to Murder Your Wife and Make Marinara Sauce," is a new short story I wrote and it's exactly what it sounds like... more or less. Check out the full version here.

The Short was recently featured in Issue 44 of Quiet Lightning, a monthly San Francisco based publication. If you've never heard of QL I strongly recommend checking it out and submitting something. They accept submissions of all kinda (poetry, short fiction, blog entries) and then select eight or so of their favorites to be published and then read aloud by the authors each month. I've attached the video of me reading an excerpt from the short in Jack Kerouac Alley behind City Lights books below.

 

New Short Story "This Morning I Found a Lamp"

Click the link to check out my latest short story, "This Morning I Found A Lamp." It's a story inspired things I used to wonder about when I was younger, and many of the things I still do.

An excerpt below for your reading pleasure:

 

This morning I found a lamp – an old dusty lamp – and it had a genie inside.

“Who dares disturb my eternal slumber?” boomed forth the voice of the genie, ten stories tall.

“I do,” I said.

The genie scowled down at me, crossing his arms and puffing out his muscular chest. “And what do you want?” he said.

I paused, biting my lip. “I wonder if you could answer my questions?”

“What would you like to know?” demanded the genie.

Looking him deep in his orb eyes, I collected my thoughts, and began:

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