Filtered through the abstrusities of Ezra Pound, digested then regurgitated as “ranty blog-fodder,” A Rant Against Myself is creative nonfiction with the emphasis on creative—not memoir, not journalism, and allegedly not essay. It’s 100% pure R A N T.
And you can now find it published in CultureCult Magazine for your reading pleasure (or pain).
Download a Kindle version of the magazine here: CultureCult Magazine [Spring 2019]
Or grab a print copy of the magazine from Lulu here: CultureCult Magazine (Issue #11)
Monkeybicycle is featuring an IF MY BOOK piece for Descriptions of Heaven. Read it here.
What is IF MY BOOK? According to their website, If My Book is “the Monkeybicycle feature in which authors shed light on their recently released books by comparing them to weird things.”
Pretty cool, right?
Check it out and then read some of the other great writing found on Monkeybicycle.net
While you’re here, I’d like to remind you that there’s a giveaway hosted by happymeerkatreviews going on until the first of the year. Win a signed copy of Descriptions of Heaven and a flash drive loaded with extras. Multiple second place winners will win flash drives with said extras. Enter yourself in this contest here.