Book: Flowing in the Gossamer Fold, coming soon

There is a long story behind this, which I will document and discuss over the next several months, but the short version is that David Peak helped and encouraged me at various stages of gossamer's existence, shaping it into what it is today. I am excited to announce that my novel Flowing in the Gossamer Fold will be published later this year by Blue Square Press, a publishing company David Peak and I co-founded. Chi Birmingham will be designing the cover. We're looking at a late summer release.

I am excited out of my skin, bones, all of that.


There is a nice write up about Museum of Fucked over at Annalemma, thanks Chris.

Warm Milk Press only has seven copies of Museum left, get is while it lasts.


We only have six copies of MoF left.


Via an e-mail from Amanda Goldblatt:

Super Arrow, the online journal for experiments in writing and art, has re-opened submissions through 3.31.10 for Issue 2.
Visit the blog at superarrow.blogspot.com for guidelines and the new assignment: CROWDMAP. Dig into Issue 1 at superarrow.org, and e-mail superarrowfliestrue@gmail.com with questions.


Solar Anus

Tomorrow night at 7:30 Amish Trivedi and I will be reading at Beep Beep Gallery. It's going to be fun. I even got a haircut.



Greying Ghost Press said (via facebook) "Just finished reading MUSEUM OF FUCKED by David Peak. Released by Warm Milk Press. Just an absolutely solid book every which way. Peaks prose is such a gnarling arch. Just fantastic. Warm Milk will be a force."

Thanks Carl. Thanks greying ghost.

We still have a few copies of Museum of Fucked for sale, here.


this will be an interesting year. things are happening. we will talk later.
Museum of Fucked around the web:

Dan Wickett said: "Warm Milk Printing Press sent me the copy of David Peak's chapbook, Museum of Fucked, that I'd ordered earlier in the week. Been reading too many great things about this one to not place an order."

From the idiom: "There’s a guilt in the grit, a sense of wanting better for the city, and at the same time a sense of powerlessness in the narrator’s ability to make anything any better for anyone—a feeling of disenfranchisement that puts the narrator on a similar level as those he’s observing. It is this that brings a sense of connection and fear throughout, a recognition that any of us could be any of the people exhibited in the museum—the crazies, the kids, the blind hype."


Spilt Milk is up and running in 2010 and we've started the year with a new story by the mighty Kenneth Radu. Kenneth has a collection of short stories coming out this year from DC Books Montreal. Look for that.


I ordered a subscription to MLP's 2010 novel(la)s. Two books, one by Ben Brooks and the other by Sasha Fletcher. Looking forward to reading them.


I'm reading at Beep Beep Gallery January 16th for Solar Anus. If you live in Atlanta you should come. Starts at 7:30 p.m.

Start 2010 off right with a copy of Museum of Fucked by David Peak. Do it.