Monday, April 11, 2011

Self-Tooting/Internal News Roundup:

This is more or less a rip-off of Warren Ellis' "Who I Am and Where I Am" that he often does, and also a handy way for my fuzzy brain to be able to easily see what exactly I've been doing during the past 2 years.

This roundup was bigger than I thought it was going to be.

Without further ado and with your forgiveness, I give you the following:

I'm Sara Habein. I live in Montana. I write many things and spend too much time doing non-writing related things online. Like playing Lexulous/Scrabble.

But here are some of those aforementioned things:

Fiction

1. "The Place I Come From" [Version 1] - (NEST, RiverSpeak, February 2010)

2. "New Year's Eve, 1992" [excerpt from Show Me How to Shine Now] (Kinetic, RiverSpeak, September 2010)

3. "Mister" and "Little Infidelities" - (RiverLit edited by Taylor Weech and Keeley Honeywell, January 2011)

Non-Fiction

1. Recipe contributor, Godtopus Eats (ongoing)

2. "Full of Lust and Longing: Readers Share Their Playlists" [start at "Let It Ride" and end at "Someday Soon." Those are mine.] (Used Furniture Review, January 2010)

3. "Shine Now Sandalwood" and "Definition" (SEXT edited by Boys Who Like Butterflies, Dreyer Press. April 2011)


Book Reviews (elsewhere)

(Pajiba)
Devil in the Details by Jennifer Traig (November 2009)
Crooked Little Vein by Warren Ellis (December 2009)
Noisy Outlaws, Unfriendly Blobs, and Some Other Things That Aren’t as Scary... edited by Ted Thompson with Eli Horowitz (December 2009)
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford (February 2010)
Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem (March 2010)
American on Purpose by Craig Ferguson (April 2010)
A Common Pornography by Kevin Sampsell (April 2010)
War Dances by Sherman Alexie (May 2010)
Everything Will Be All Right by Tessa Hadley (June 2010)
Lawnboy by Paul Lisicky (July 2010)
The Adderall Diaries by Stephen Elliott (September 2010)
Electric Literature, Volume 1 Stories from Michael Cunningham, Jim Shepard, T Cooper, Lydia Millet, Diana Wagman (February 2011)
It Gets Better edited by Dan Savage and Terry Miller (April 2011)

(The Rumpus)
The Zero by Jess Walter (July 2010)
Midnight Picnic by Nick Antosca (October 2010)

(Used Furniture Review)
The Truth Lenders: A Multi-Media Novel by Thuy-Dzuong Nguyen (January 2011)


Editor/Journalism/Publishing Etc.

1. SPOKE(a)N(e) Magazine, Co-Editor/Writer (January 2009 - March 2010, with a profile on Thuy-Dzuong Nguyen appearing in the May 2010 issue)

2. MONTH Artist in Residence - Kolva-Sullivan Gallery (March 2010, organized by Black Rabbit Magic)

3. Electric City Creative, Editor/Writer (July 2010 - present)

4. Nouveau Nostalgia: A Micro-Press, Co-Editor (October 2010 - present)


Forthcoming

1.Infinite Disposable with Tyson Habein (Nouveau Nostalgia, Spring 2011)

2. More!

Until then...

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