Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove, Volume One Number Two

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove, Volume One Number Two

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove, Volume One Number Two

Litbop: Art and Literature in the Groove, Volume One Number Two

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Overview

Litbop is an annual literary journal containing short fiction, poetry, art, and photography. This is the second issue, which touches on the theme of loss. Contributers this issue are: Alan Abrams, Andy Ball, Arvilla Fee, Cesar Conde, Christina E. Petrides, David A. Goodrum, Edward Michael Supranowicz, Emily Macklow, Eric Paul Shaffer, Heather McClelland, Heather Sager, Irene Westcott, Isabella Cruz Pantoja, James Wicklund, Janis Butler Holm, Jacqueline Jules, Jennifer Lagier, Jennifer Weigel, John Grey , Joseph Gastiger, J.R. Barner, Kevin Brown, KJ Hannah Greenberg, L. Ward Abel, Leslie Smith Duss, Lucy Davies, Marissa Forbes, Martina Reisz Newberry, Matt Gulley, Michelle Geoga, Milt Priggee , Nolo Segundo, Patrick Barclay, Paul Hostovsky, Phyllis Green, Randall Jon Van Vynckt, Salvatore Difalco, Tim Chapman, Todd McCarty, Tracey S. Phillips , Victoria Woolf Bailey, V.J. Hamilton, Zuzanne Belec


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780986286292
Publisher: Thrilling Tales
Publication date: 11/18/2022
Series: Volume One Number Two , #2
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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