Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Kathy Fish Interviews Me!

Kathy Fish
Kathy Fish--one of the most solid and exciting voices in flash fiction--has asked me a few questions about my writing process for Mary Aker's r.kv.r.y quarterly literary journal. I hope you'll check it out. It turns out to be quite a personal look at my writing.

Recently, Fish and her co-author Robert Vaughan, published the flash fiction collection RIFT. If you haven't already ordered it, you can HERE.

And that's all I have for you today. I know you're thinking "Why hasn't Christopher posted a story about his travels lately? This blog is after all called I Must Be Off! not I Must Stay Chained to My Chair in my Dusty Office! Well, as soon as I find the key to the chain, I'll be off again. Soon. To Spain! But in the meantime, you can check out Kathy Fish's interview with me.

I must be off,
Christopher

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Christopher Allen is the 2015 recipient of the Ginosko Literary Journal's award for flash fiction. His work appears in Indiana Review, Eclectica Magazine, Night Train, Camroc Press Review, Contrary and over 100 other journals. Read his book reviews in [PANK], The Lit Pub, Necessary Fiction and more. A former finalist at Glimmer Train, Allen is also a multiple nominee for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize. Originally from Tennessee, Allen now splits his time between Munich and Dublin. He is the managing editor of SmokeLong Quarterly.  

4 comments:

  1. Hi, Christopher, I enjoyed reading your interview - and great to find another interesting blog to explore! :)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Susan! I hope you're doing well.

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  2. Terrific, insightful, smart and sassy (plus two of my favorite people and writers: what more fun can one have?!) Great "exchange" Kathy and Christopher!

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  3. Hey, Robert! Thanks for stopping by and reading. Can't wait to see you in LA!

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