Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove


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Litbop is an annual literary journal containing short fiction, poetry, art, and photography. This is the third issue. It contains work by Amy Aracena, Anna Maeve, Bruce Parker, Carma Lynn Park, Claudia Tong, Cristina Vanko, David Heo, Douglas Colston, DS Maolalai, Edward Ziegler, Frank B. Freeman, Glenis Ann Moore, Hector Duarte, J Bradley Minnick, James B. Nicola, James Reade Venable, Jen Schneider, Jesse Hora, Jody Magrady, Jonathan Chibuike Ukah, Juno Post, Kathleen Rooney, Kenneth Pobo, Lani Montreal, Lauren Kells, Liz Flores, Luis Bermudez, Mark A. Murphy, Maura Atwood, Melissa Jordan Willis, Michael Loyd Gray, Moriah G Brown, Muriel Floresta, Nate Otto, Nick Goettling, Nolo Segundo, Puneet Gupta, Reed E Venrick, Richard Thomas, Robert Beveridge, Rodney Duran, Sean BW Parker, Shannon King, Stephen Grant, Steven Teller, Tara Ison, Tim Chapman, Vanessa Y. Niu, Warren Benedetto, Zach Keali'i Murphy

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780986286285
Publisher: Thrilling Tales
Publication date: 12/14/2023
Series: Volume One � Number Three
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Tim Chapman's fiction has been published in The Southeast Review, the Chicago Reader, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Palooka, and the anthology, The Rich and the Dead. His first novel, A Trace of Gold, (previously published as Bright and Yellow, Hard and Cold) was a finalist in Shelf Unbound's 2013 Best Indie Book competition. His latest novel is The Blue Silence. When he's not writing he's teaching martial arts or painting pretty pictures.
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