The new issue of Echolocation is having a launch party on November 1.
I have a short piece published in this issue called "I went to Alaska to look at the ocean". It's a flash fiction thing I wrote about Skagway. Kinda fun.
I've been working on submitting new work lately (and actually writing some new stuff), so perhaps seeing my words properly formatted and bound in a fancy little book will provide me with some much-needed motivation to keep getting my work out there, rather than constantly creating Word Documents that will languish in a digital abyss.
How much can you order a copy for? Well, I'm glad you asked. If you don't live in Toronto, you can order it online for $10 from the Echolocation website.
That way, you'll be supporting a small journal while enjoying a bunch of work by emerging Canadian writers. You can do what I do, and just skip all the poetry.
The cover photo (to the right) was created by Vuk Dragojevic. I dig it.