Read the short story “Geneva Street” written by Christian A. Dumais.
Here are all of the commentaries for the stories from Empty Rooms Lonely Countries.
Since “Geneva Street” was posted here earlier this week, I thought it would be fun to revisit the podcast adaptation that writer-artist extraordinaire N. Pendleton of Museion made, which is available right here. I’m always a little apprehensive when someone else adapts my work (especially since my collection of haikus was turned into a disastrous interpretive dance […]
Here is an interview I did recently for another website that didn’t work out for a variety of reasons. That said, there’s no reason why it can’t be posted here. Here goes… What is your book about? Empty Rooms Lonely Countries is a collection of 27 short stories. The stories move from Tampa, Florida to […]
Every so often (weekly at the moment), I’ll be writing a commentary about a story from EMPTY ROOMS LONELY COUNTRIES. I’ll tackle the stories in the order they appear in the book. Given the nature of this exercise, I cannot guarantee that I won’t spoil specific details from the story. So you may want to return to […]
It’s been a busy week here between getting my PhD material started and writing a lot of short stories for a new project. I also finished the commentaries for “Father Groove”, “Geneva Street” and the hidden story in Empty Rooms Lonely Countries. I’ve been getting a lot of nice feedback from the comic book stuff […]
Here are Amazon’s Key Phrases for Empty Rooms Lonely Countries: New Jason, Air Force Two, Princess Persephone, Mad Dogs, The Mariachi, Geneva Street, Secret Service, Sugar Palm, North Carolina, James Joyce, The Little Prince, South Tampa, New York, Tom March, Tiny Tap, Mountains of Mercy, Blue Castle, and Air Force One. Just thought this was […]
“Geneva Street” art by Nick Pendleton Last month, writer-artist extraordinaire Nick Pendleton of Museion made a podcast of my short story “Geneva Street” which is available right here. I’m always a little apprehensive when someone else adapts my work (especially since my collection of haikus was turned into a disastrous interpretive dance cabaret back in […]