So it’s happy dance time for a rather “Julie,” rather dark, rather weird story. “The Thirteen Tuesdays of Saint Anthony” is now available in Farrago’s Wainscot Issue #16. It is a story about community art projects and vivisection and prayer. Alternately, it is a grant proposal for an art project that is focused on actual community salvation.
I don’t often write such a formally structured piece. I am thrilled it was taken in by Farrago’s Wainscot. It feels like the perfect home for this particular story.
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Welcome to my sandbox. This is the blog of me, Julie C. Day. It is full of cobwebs and dust bunnies and the occasional glimmer of activity. Today it has this dazzling new book jacket. My story “Pretty Little Boxes” is part of Resurrection House’s anthology XIII. I can’t believe the amazing company my story is keeping!
Feel free to browse my old posts and all the rest of this site’s electronic ephemera. I make sure to keep my publications page up to date and my Twitter feed has been carefully inserted over there to the right.
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Okay, I don’t blog very successfully, by which I mean I don’t do it often enough. But why not change that right now? That’s what I’m asking myself this morning. Quick posts, that’s all it takes, right?
So here goes ….
My flash piece “Drinking Grandma’s Tea” is one of the two stories up on Bartleby Snopes this week. There’s some sort of voting thing at the end of the month. The winning piece (or pieces, I’m not really sure) will be included in a print edition. Something along those lines anyway. Voting, winning, printing. Those are all good verbs. … Read more Read more