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Publications

NOVELS:

THE FUGUE

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Since its original publication date of December 7th, 2015 (CCLaP), The Fugue has been picked up by Tortoise Books. It’s available anywhere books are sold.  Click here to buy on Amazon.

Several Chicago-area bookstores stock The Fugue consistently. They are:

The Book Table (Signed Copies Available)

1045 Lake Street
Oak Park, IL 60301
708.386.98001

Volumes Book Cafe (Signed Copies Available)

1474 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago IL 60622 | 773-697-8066

The Book Cellar (Signed Copies Available)

4736 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625

City Lit Books

2523 N. Kedzie Blvd. Chicago, IL 60647

Burke’s Bookstore (Signed copies available)

936 South Cooper Street

Memphis, TN 38104

Phone 901-278-7484

info@burkesbooks.com

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FINDING THE MOON IN SUGAR

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From the jacket: In this tragicomedy, Gint Aras’ hapless and marijuana-dazed narrator, Andrew Nowak, is seduced by a bombshell internet bride. The mysterious and wealthy Audra soon consumes the twenty year-old boy’s imagination, a welcome distraction from his needy mother and sister. Wild and hilarious adventures await Andy in Lithuania when he sells his possessions to follow Audra abroad. But he soon finds himself trapped penniless in her world of illness, regret and sex. Stumbling backwards into a romance he never sees coming, Andy must deal with Audra’s narcissism and grapple to understand her, a struggle that just might destroy him.

Available anywhere books are sold. Ebook versions are available via iBooks, Nook, Kobe and other readers. Download a Kindle-readable version at Smashwords.

SHORT PROSE:

The Good Men Project (I was a frequent contributor to the online men’s magazine. Between January and May of 2014, I wrote the weekly column, True Community, that dealt with men and education. I edited the Marriage section from November 2012-September 2013.)

“An American Imposter,” essay, ReImagining Magazine, June 15, 2016

“Nakamura Reality, by Alex Austin” book review, Heavy Feather Review, May 10, 2016

“Nothing Extraordinary, Nothing of Note” fiction, St. Petersburg Review, autum 2015

“The Evening We Shared Snowflakes” and “Grassland”, poetry translations, Quarterly West, February 2015.

“If You’re Not Fit For College, What are You Fit For”, essay, STIR Journal, January, 2015.

“Gint Aras Reviews Dragomoshchenko” book review, St Petersburg Review, February 2014

“Displacing Forces” non-fiction, Dialogo, Issue 15, October 2012

“Displacing Forces” was republished by Radikaliai! in Lithuania, October 2012

“Cicero Story,” short fiction, Curbside Splendor, Issue 3, Spring 2012

“Krikštynos,” non-fiction, Šiaurės Atenai, April 8, 2011

“Baptism Party” non-fiction, Antique Children, “Revolt of the Underdog” May 31, 2011

Suokalbis, Pagyrimas ir Apraudojimas” non-fiction, Šiaurės Atenai, Nr. 30 (1000) August 13, 2010

“A Dialogue on José Lezama Lima” short fiction, Antique Children, “The Duende Issue”

“The Great Fires of October 8, 1871” short fiction, Criminal Class Review, Volume 4 No 1

“Another Covenant” short fiction, Antique Children, “The SPIT Issue”, Spring 2010

“Post-Punk Fortune” short fiction, Criminal Class Review, Volume 3 No 4, July 2010

“That Fateful Saturday,” first chapter of Finding the Moon in Sugar, The Hell Gate Review

“Please Buy and Read Georgi Gospodinov’s ‘Natural Novel’ Immediately”, review, Transcript

“In a Room Full of Candles” non-fiction, Square One, No. 5 May 2007 (no longer available)

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