Sententia #3 is on its way. The first two chapters of my novel Zero are in there - as I've mentioned. Haven't seen it yet, but I'm pretty excited. I love Zero. And I can't say the same about my other novels, both finished and unfinished. Maybe some human being out there will read those first two chapters and think they're an absolute fucking marvel and want to publish the whole book! That's probably what'll happen. I'm ready for it. For now, however, Sententia #3. There are also novel excerpts from Nick Bredie, Hosho McCreesh, Nora Jean Lang, Samuel Snoek-Brown, Michael Hickins, Abeer Hoque, and Fred Skolnik.
Here's the link, if you want to buy it: Sententia # 3, your life could depend on it someday.
I'm reading Barry Gifford's Sailor and Lula novels - a new writer for me. I think Tony O'Neill wrote something about him a while ago, wondering why he wasn't more well known, and for some reason that compelled me to go out and find his books and read them. Maybe I want to be someone who reads books most people don't know about. I don't know. But I always read those articles in places like The Guardian about neglected masterpieces of the 20th century. I don't usually bother to read the books though. I neglect them. I guess Tony O'Neill must be more persuasive than The Guardian. Anyway, I like what I've read so far. I'd say Gifford ripped me off, but he wrote those books 20 years ago while I was playing bass in punk bands I don't even remember the names of half the time.