The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals, Relatives and Gin coming soon at BLIP Magazine

If you haven’t heard yet, the lovely and talented writer and editor, Courtney Eldridge, is at BLIP Magazine, guest editing. I’m so pleased to announce that my short story “The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals, Relatives and Gin” will be appearing in BLIP’s next upcoming issue. A big thank you to Courtney and Rick and Gary and all the crack staff at BLIP.

This was fantastic news during a fantastic Thanksgiving Holiday in New York City where Patrick and I spent Wednesday evening in the East Village at the KGB Bar where I read a few short fiction works for the Caper Literary Journal event (pictures soon) then we hopped over to Times Square the morning after to check out the Macy’s Day Parade. Must say that Times Square was less crowded than we had expected it to be, still packed, but comfortably so and once we made it a few blocks over, we had no trouble making our way to the restaurant. Crab, shrimp and brie stuffed salmon. Big nods to NYC for doing Turkey Day right. Our only disappointment was not being able to stop in MoMA which was only blocks from where we ate. Oops, guess we’ll need to go back again, soon…