I have published all over. Won this and that. Teach writing. Like to drink beer. And I like moving water, preferably a river. I like to run like a river, to flow. I would rather run than write but would rather write than work for a living.
I'm not sure. I enjoy the intellectual play of words.
Murakami, Erika Lopez, anyone writing Flash Fiction.
Thank you, Sean!
Thanks for commenting on "The Knitting Needle," Sean.
Sean thanks for read and nice words on Rolex Club! Appreciate!
No worries. I look forward to the read and to it coming out proper in June.
Also, I scored a review copy of Fog Gorgeous Stag from Adam Ronbinson at the Buffalo Small Press Book Fair this weekend and I have to say this shit looks crazy and awesome.
Hey thanks, Sean, for the comment on The French Revolution. Very nice thing of you to say.
Thanks for 2011, Sean! I appreciate it. LS
Thanks, Sean! Appreciate it.
Hi, Sean. Thanks for reading '1965, what I wanted.' I appreciate your comment and suggestion.
Thank you so much for your comments on "Sensible Things." I appreciate them very much...
I'm the REAL SUSAN TEPPER AND I'M GONNA GET YOU... who is the imposter posing on your blog?????????????????????
I'm the REAL DEAL (beware of facsimiles)
Sean -- I just wandered over and read your story, To Be Happy, at Juked. Made me cringe, smile, wonder. Then I went and read it again. Really enjoyed it, especially that whole last paragraph.
Hi Sean, thank you for liking my story "burned" I appreciate your compliment
Sean, thanks for the comment on Time to Rest. Much appreciated. I'm coming back here next time I have a big chunk of time... soon!
Thanks for comment on "Parables for Rodin," Sean.
thanks for favouriting my writing ... it's been a while since but despite of the typos you looked at the content. I appreciate it! I will soon read your work here
Thanks for the thoughtful comment on Midnight Riders. I appreciate your time and the feedback.
thank you for your great feedback on Tahitian Vanilla, Sean. Truly appreciated:)
Your comment on "The Nightly Dance" took me by surprise. Not only did it say that it kicked some ass, but it also mentioned Yeats. This is perhaps the first time in my life I have been brave enough to share my writing on a large and completely public scale (since being possessed by something to teach myself penmanship at the age of three so I could record my stories), so the fact that I'm getting some positive feedback is, well, somewhat overwhelming. Again, thank you.
That Paul Bowles piece is uber fantastic.
I 'preciate your comment on "Naked Ladies," Sean. Thanks.
Thank you for reading my work and for the nice comments on Pet Loss and Slices, Sean!
Sean: Thanks for the comment. I do need to come up with a better close. I agree.
Thanks so much for your comment on Elephant! Nice to meet you here...
Thank you Sean for reading and commenting on "My Thumbs"!
Sean - wow thank you for your kind words about "Before Christmas"
hey, now. I'm from Indiana, too (!). Grew up near Sugar Creek (Crawfordsville), speaking of "moving water." Small river. Lew Wallace, who grew up around there, called it "the most beautiful place on earth," and I agree.
thank you so much for reading Ten Micros.
Just read your "Eggs" piece in HFR. In lieu of breakfast, it was an amusing way to start my day. Especially liked the Bonny Parker one.
Hey Sean, I really liked your story in the new SLQ.
Hey thanks for reading and commenting on my piece. I ate nachos the other day and thought of you.
Thanks for the read and comment on "Sectioned." A real compliment from the guy who wrote so beautifully about nachos.
Thanks so much for the comment! I am not too worried about publishing...although it would be fun. In future revisions and rewrites I will play with the placement of tension as you suggested.
Hi Sean. Thanks for the comment. Maybe. Maaaaaaybe.