Unlikely Stories would like to dedicate this month’s updates to James D. Quinton, editor of Open Wide Magazine, who died September 6th. He was a fine editor, a talented writer, and a great guy.
And there’s some pretty great new stuff up at http://www.UnlikelyStories.org/ right now, including:
“Lint People,” A Short Film by Helder Sun
“Curly Toes,” A Short Film by Majena Mafe
“Pacifist Road Rage in Nazi America: a comparatively divided review of Roberto Bolaño’s Nazi Literature in the Americas vs. John Bennett’s The Birth of Road Rage” by our Chief Rocknrolla and Book Critic, Frankie Metro
Seven Pieces of Visual Art presented as Augmented Reality by Mark Skwarek
and “Abstracting the Self: A study in primaries, secondaries, and a computer’s will,” a Visual Art-Motion Thingee by Pall Thayer
And over at our Smashwords page, at http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/UnlikelyStories , we’ve been continuing to make electronic versions of Unlikely Books available! Now, you can get When You Come Again, You Can Never Go, the intense and horrifying book of war crime poetry by Andreas Morgner, for just $2 as an e-book! Check it out at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/226394 !
And hey! Have you heard about our upcoming Interdependency Issue? We’re currently accepting submissions on every subject BUT the United States for a special, election-time issue! Learn more at http://unlikelystories.org/blog/content/?p=630