New publication

the_corner_club_press_issue_8 coverI have a new story online today, folks. This one’s one of the sentimental ones, a bit of a boyhood romp. (I took a break from the killings and the loneliness and the cannibalism. But don’t worry, I’ll get back to that soon enough!)

So if you feel like reliving some version of someone’s childhood, go check out “Air Enough at Last” in The Corner Club Press. Really happy to be in this one, folks! Editor Amber Forbes has been pretty cool to me, and a writer friend of mine online, Walter Giersbach, is a regular contributor, so I’ve been reading for a while.

And stay tuned! I had another story online yesterday and a third coming out sometime in the next few weeks (I think), so it looks like, per EJ Runyon’s suggestion, I’ll be doing another “all the stories in one place” recap post for April! 🙂


UPDATE: I forgot to mention: has anyone noticed the connection between this story and another recent publication? Go re-read “Potato” in The Writing Disorder and see if you pick up on it. 😉

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

5 thoughts on “New publication

  1. ‘Air Enough At Last’ is a wonderful story. You have a knack of presenting a story that is, in its own right, an absorbing narrative, and then surprising me right at the end. However, the kerning on the font that publication uses is bloody awful and gives the impression of ink blots. 😦

    ‘Everything Fit To Consume’ – I was trying to eat my breakfast as I read it. [Haggis, by the way, is no more of an absurdity than a hamburger.]

    ‘Potato’ – great, of course, but I’m reading far too quickly this morning to get connections.

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