Hey! I am so honored to be featured alongside an incredible array of Asian and mixed Asian females in SAGC’s anthology, Volume 1. Get yours here!
Here’s a piece I wrote for Devon Fick’s ongoing series, “Short Stories Based on Small Objects.” My object/inspiration is the blue ticket seen below. The love of his life had died back in ’81. Poor Ol’ Dorothy Jo’s lungs had failed her, leaving Mr. Robert William Barker alone with a bunch of infertile dogs. IContinue reading “Devon Fick Presents: Short Stories Based on Small Objects”
Hey, check out my write-up on Guerilla Toss’s new video for their track “Perfume,” in the Boston Hassle!
Check out my latest article for the Boston Hassle, featuring Sadie Dupuis’ indie/modern grunge project Speedy Ortiz!
Check out my latest article for the Boston Hassle featuring New Haven, CT grunge outfit Bilge Rat!
By Sarah Samways, Contributing Female While the majority of Lankvillians spent this past Halloween walking around aimlessly, looking for a “good time,” visual artist and occasional occultist, Carl Dunn, spent his morning a little bit differently. Going to the local slaughterhouse, nearby his beloved Fotomat and down around the corner from the Pizza-A-Round, Dunn broughtContinue reading “Summoning Spirits with Carl Dunn: A Lankville Daily News Exclusive”
I have a stalker, (legitimately). When I was slightly younger than I am now I was sexually assaulted. Both are two completely different situations but the scars have some eerie similarities: there’s a lot of blaming yourself, being unable to fully participate in life, constantly looking over your shoulder, and seeing your assailant’s face everywhere,Continue reading “COLLECTED THOUGHTS: VOYEURISM IN 2015”
Preface/Note: This is something I wrote like a week or so ago in one of those manic, late-night-depression-fueled moments, (in full quarter life crisis mode). It’s like, somber and stuff…but as the world burns around us, I came across the realization that it isn’t so tragic. I was sad when I wrote this but I’mContinue reading “The Letter I’ll Never Send You”
I am beyond honored to have had one of my novels nominated for UMBC’s required reading for its first year program. As a GED recipient and a university dropout, this acknowledgement from Academia is especially heartwarming. Although not selected, it is always nice to be nominated! You will also notice some of my Lankvillian colleaguesContinue reading “UMBC Reading List”
Get Well Soon is now available for online consumption via the digital publication site, Issuu. Tangible copies can be bought for $10 bucks via Paypal.
Check out my latest article for the Boston Hassle featuring Hassle Fest 7 performer, Unicorn Hard-On!
Check out my latest blurb for the Boston Hassle featuring Hassle Fest 7 act, Screaming Females!