Friday, September 18, 2009

Jessy Randall

This picture shows how, in 1995, Jessy Randall printed out a copy of her novel manuscript and cut it up into all its sections, most of them less than one page long, then spread them out on her bed in her studio apartment and re-ordered the whole thing. The book is now available from Ghost Road Press:

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Jimbo Brown

James Browning Kepple is co-founder of the Mustard Bastard Poetry Syndicate, he is also a member of the board of directors for Pretend Genius Press. A native of Bartlesville Oklahoma, he calls Houston Texas his home. After spending the past year traveling through the bogs of Stockholm Sweden and the beauteous gardens of Harlem New York City, he can currently be found driving his red 1990 Corolla somewhere in southwestern Virginia.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Tom Leins: Cops and Demons

Tom Leins is from Paignton, UK. His short stories have appeared online at 3am Magazine, Dogmatika, Straight From The Fridge, Beat The Dust, Savage Manners and A Twist Of Noir. He is currently working on his first novel Thirsty & Miserable. Find out more at:

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Isabel Heblich: Like a Homewrecker

Isabel Heblich is an actress, painter and verbal artist currently living between the river and the sea in Wilmington, NC, the new mesopotamia.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Morgan Harlow: The Souvenir

Ms. Harlow's fiction, poems and other writing can be found in War, Literature & the Arts, the Tusculum Review, Washington Square, Descant, Seneca Review, Nthposition and elsewhere, and book reviews at Eyewear: A British Blog Interested In Poetry, Politics and Popular Culture.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Picking up the pieces, Hit and Run is Back

Attention: H&R is back online with new management.
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