You can read the short story I’m going to talk about here first. While Empty Rooms Lonely Countries is listed to have 27 stories, there are actually 28. “A Lot Like the Ones Back in High School” is the book’s “ghost track”. While I like the idea of having a hidden story, I also made the decision […]
Read Christian’s short story “A Lot Like the Ones Back in High School” from his book Empty Rooms Lonely Countries.
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Christian comes up with 10 reasons to pick up a copy of COVER STORIES.
Christian kicks off the official COVER STORIES stories website. Expect lots of updates there not only from Christian, but from the other amazing writers from this summer’s best new anthology.
Below is the definition of euphiction as currently used on Wikipedia: Euphiction is a writing genre where writers do literary “cover versions” of specific songs, a marriage of musical inspiration with the written word, or a story that works like a three-minute single. The word combines euphonious and fiction. To write a euphictional story, writers select […]
Christian shares a little history about Cover Stories with enough coincidences to make you think he had a plan all along.
Celebrate World Music Day by Reading a Book – the World’s First Euphictional Anthology COVER STORIES! It’s finally here! Get information about this summer’s best anthology and download a free sampler with 10 stories.
Euphiction is the marriage of musical inspiration with the written word: a story that’s a three minute single. In COVER STORIES, ten young writers from around the globe cut deep into the tracks of their favorite albums to produce something that’s more than just a mix tape of divergent fictions; they’re the scouts for a […]
Every Tuesday Christian examines some of his favorite comic book pages. This page from issue #17 of Vertigo’s Northlanders has a lot going for it. Not only is it a great example of Brian Wood’s writing and Vasilis Lolos art, but the page works as an extraordinary piece of nanofiction.