Interview and New Work in Ramingo

Catfish McDaris interviewed me recently. He asked me questions about my writing, books, music, art, magic lamps, and a slew of other things for Ramingo. I got to talk about Memorabilia (11:11 Press), Shining the Light (Atlatl Press), Rush’s Deal (forthcoming from Alien Buddha Press), Misdeeds (forthcoming from Shotgun Honey Books), Birth of a Monster (forthcoming from Grindhouse Press), my ambient records Rural Eminence Volumes I & II, my new EP Old Fort Sessions, & my band The Coomers.

Catfish and the other editors were kind enough to publish a new piece of flash fiction titled Lace, a new poem The [Little] Big Sleep, and they reprinted my poem Even a Little Shit Can Make a Big Stink (originally pub’d in The Rye Whiskey Review).

We also touched on some of my recently published works in The Collected Voices from the Expanded Field (11:11 Press), Cowboy Jamboree Magazine, Hobart, FILTH, C.V. Hunt’s HORRORAMA (Grindhouse Press), The Dope Fiend Daily, Back Patio Press, The Rye Whiskey Review, Michele McDannold’s This Is Poetry Volume IV: Poets of the South (Citizens of Decent Literature Press).

You read all of it here.

Thanks to all the Ramingo staff: Elena Bello, Mendes Biondo, John D Robinson, & Catfish McDaris.

All the best,

A.S. Coomer

Categories: Creative Nonfiction, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Literature, Music, Nonfiction, Novel, novelette, Poem, Poetry, Review, Short Short Story, Short Story, Songwriting, storyTags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

A.S. Coomer

Writer. Reader. Musician. Friend to cats. Collector of tattoos.

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