Amy is the Editor in Chief of the Mulberry Fork Review and is probably the best writer in the history of the universe (Vonnegut and Steinbeck excepted). She is also a whizz at kicking books into shape for publishing purposes and designing splendid covers. She is an all round talented girl.
But that’s by the way.
I have up my sleeve at least four likely publications but I shall begin with a small collection of short stories I have retrieved from the depths of my word.doc files. I shall call the eBook, The Tyranny Of Convention and Other Stories. There will only be three in total and, in my defense, if defense were needed, they are fairly long short stories. So we’ll see how that goes. Tyranny is perhaps my most innovative piece ever. It challenges a variety of conventions, including those that enmesh academically taught creative writing. It certainly challenges society’s conventions in a variety of ways and, given that my PhD thesis was a detailed analysis of the concept ‘social norms’, you’ll see where I’m coming from. As Aristotle said: ‘Fire burns here and in Persia but the rules of justice change before our eyes.’ Or something like that.
That’s enough for now. The sun is shining and I have a spaniel staring at me, eager for attention, a walk and a tasty treat. But not necessarily in that order.