Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Out This Week

This week is a busy one over here at Unreliable Narrator headquarters. First, while it was scheduled for August, issue 56 of Fiction hit the stands this week. It features my story Casey, about a young man's relationship with a waitress during one Cape Cod summer. And just because I grew up on the Cape and worked as a prep cook in the summers as a kid does not mean this is an autobiographical piece...Mom.

Liz enjoying the issue:
Elsewhere, Becky Tuch over at the Review Review posted my review of the lit mag Inkwell to help celebrate her website redesign and launch. As a bonus, this issue of Inkwell features a story by E.B. Moore, who you may know from her affiliation with Beyond the Margins and Grub Street. Find out what I thought of her story.

Then, if you haven't yet read my new interview with Phil Beloin, Jr., click here to learn more about the inner workings of a crime fiction writer and his experiences publishing his first novel, The Big Bad.

Oh, and go order it from Amazon while you're at it. You can read an earlier interview I did with him on this blog here.

12 comments:

Robin said...

Congratulations, Dell! Where can I find a copy??

Liz's Mom said...

This is absolutely exciting !

And great.

And Congratulations !

And what a lovely pic of Liz ! That should sell lots of copies.

Dell Smith said...

Barnes & Noble is carrying it. At least the one in Burlington, MA. Although Phil Beloin tells me the B&N in Waterford, CT. isn't carrying it.

Yes, Liz's pic will definitely help sales!

Cynthia Sherrick said...

I'm heading out tomorrow on a quest to find the magazine with your story. Can't wait to read it!

So you say it's not autobiographical?? Hmmm... ;)

Dell Smith said...

If you read the story, do yourself a favor and do not think of your brother while reading it. It's best for everyone involved. But I hope you find it and read it!

Laurie Smith Murphy said...

Hey, bro, can't wait to read it. I promise I won't think of you while reading it. Well, I'll try not to. I promise. I think.

Seriously, though, I am thrilled for you! Congratulations!

Dell Smith said...

Thanks Laurie.

Cynthia Sherrick said...

I read it and loved it! :)

Dell Smith said...

Thanks Cindy!

Neil Everett said...

Saw that copy of fiction at your parents house a couple of weeks ago. I'd like to read it once I'm done for the semester!

Neil Everett said...

Congratulations! btw

Dell Smith said...

Thanks!