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July 05, 2008

Those of you who enjoy fiction, or who enjoy supporting artists, or who simply like the cut of my jib should head on over to your local Barnes and Noble to pick up a copy of Image, issue 58, which carries my third ever published short story. The title is "Name," and I'm quite fond of it.

If you're interested in subscribing to Image, or if you just want verification that I'm not pulling your leg, you can check them out online. Here's an excerpt from the story:

I squinted, searching her face for pity. But there was only the cream skin, the gentle curves of her smooth cheeks, her rich brown eyes, and then, the slight turning up of her mouth. "Soon, sweet," she said. She said this as a woman, knowing all the things soon meant to a man. As she took back the cup, her hand squeezed my own. I watched her pick her way across the clotted dirt, and into the kitchen. I have always been so faithless. In the Bible there is a man who says to the Christ, I believe, Lord, help my unbelief. This is who I am.

Posted by Woodlief on July 05, 2008 at 09:00 AM


Congratulations, Tony!

Posted by: Joel at July 5, 2008 9:38 AM

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