February 2020. Since its November launch, my sci-fi novel Ms. Never has been racking up some great reviews, and it was a finalist for the Indies Today Best Books of the Year Award! It’s about a woman with apocalyptic depression who falls in love with a guy who buys people’s souls using the Terms of Service in cell-phone contracts. Things may get a little quiet on my end for a spell, while I take on some exciting new projects. Visit my site at thecolindodds.com. If you’ve enjoyed any of my books, I hope you’ll drop a short review on Amazon or Goodreads it always helps.
colin's most recent item in the spadina literary review is "spill-o waits for lightning"
July 2019. I’d like to introduce you to Gordon Hill Press, a new literary press located in Guelph, Ontario. We publish poetry, literary fiction, creative non-fiction, and criticism from a diversity of writers, particularly those living with disability. We are launching our inaugural season in September 2019 with a trio of innovative literary works. For more information, go to gordonhillpress.com.
— Jeremy Luke Hill, Publisher
July 2019. I’m pleased to report that I have my first two full-length short story collections coming out: You Might Forget the Sky was Ever Blue via Duck Lake Books on September 15 and Circus Folk via Hoot ‘n’ Waddle Press in November. The first is a short story collection that includes experiments in form with a social conscience, including stories about a third-grade teacher in Baltimore who tries to make sense of the world to students during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and a boy raised to believe he’s legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan’s little brother. My website is miketchin.com.
Best wishes, Michael Chin
michael chin's most recent work in the spadina literary review is "a wrestler's notes"