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Other Household Toxins Giveaway!

Are you strapped for cash? Running low on dough? Are you one of the 300 million US-Americans who have not read Other Household Toxins, my debut collection of flash fiction,yet...but would love to...if there were just a way, some magical process, an angel, someone who might wave a wand and make that dream come true?

It's me! I'm going to give away a couple books to people who seem excited or crazy. I'm looking for weirdos. Not your regular sane types.

Just in case you haven't heard about Other Household Toxins, you can read some reviews on Goodreads and Amazon. They're over there in the left-hand margin. See them?

Now, here's all you have to do to get Other Household Toxins delivered directly to your door:

* Be strange
* Be a US resident (having a US address)
* Share this post either by retweeting or sharing on Facebook
* Leave your name so that I can put it in the proverbial hat if I can find one; otherwise it will be a bowl.
* Do all of this before Tuesday August 21!
* Continue being strange

I must be off,


Christopher Allenis the author ofOther Household Toxins(Matter Press) andConversations with S. Teri O'Type (a Satire). Allen's fiction has appeared, or is forthcoming, in[PANK], Eclectica Magazine's 20th-Anniversary Speculative anthology,Indiana Review, Split Lip Magazine,SmokeLong Quarterly: the Best of the First Ten Yearsanthology, Longleaf Review and Lunch Ticket, among many others great places. Read his book reviews inNecessary Fiction, Word Riot, and The Lit Pub.His creative non-fiction has been featured inBootsnall Travel, Chicken Soup for the Souland others. A finalist atGlimmer Trainin 2011, Allen is a multiple nominee for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net,The Best Small Fictions,storySouth's Million Writers Award and others. In 2017 Allen was both a finalist (as translator) and semifinalist forThe Best Small Fictions. He is presently the co-editor ofSmokeLong Quarterlyand a consulting editor forThe Best Small Fictions 2018

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