The Last Laugh in All Due Respect Magazine

I was very pleased to have a story in the first issue of ALL DUE RESPECT MAGAZINE and am also pretty damned chuffed to have a new one The Last Laugh in the fifth  issue. Here’s the blurb: ADR‘s heads to the Bayou with an excerpt from Steve Weddle‘s upcoming novel Broken Prayer and anContinue reading “The Last Laugh in All Due Respect Magazine”

Exiles Guest Post: Midnight Train to Delhi by Chris Rhatigan

My story in the EXILES  anthology is “Midnight Train to Delhi.” Unlike most of my stories, this one is based on a specific experience. My wife, Melanie, and I have lived in India for the last two years. (This is the first story I’ve written that’s set here.) We traveled around the country in theContinue reading “Exiles Guest Post: Midnight Train to Delhi by Chris Rhatigan”

The Bucket List at All Due Respect

I’m more than somewhat chuffed that my story The Bucket List will be included in the upcoming debut issue of  All Due Respect magazine. The full line up is: Chris F. Holm Paul D. Brazill Walter Conley Travis Richardson Renee Pickup Todd Robinson Mike Miner With a great pulp cover from Eric Beetner. All DueContinue reading “The Bucket List at All Due Respect”

Watch You Drown by Chris Rhatigan.

If ever there was an American equivalent of the Brit Grit writings of, say, Nigel Bird or Luca Veste, then it must be the stories in this fantastic début collection. With Watch You Drown, Chris Rhatigan  mixes up micro fiction, flash fiction and short stories that show us slices of life that are far from cosy and that pullContinue reading “Watch You Drown by Chris Rhatigan.”

Laughing At The Death Grin! Out Now FROM Pulp Metal Fiction

  Laughing At The Death Grin! A short fiction anthology from PULP METAL MAGAZINE. Edited by JASON MICHEL with stories from   U V RAY, RICHARD GODWIN   B R STATEHAM   HEATH LOWRENCE    IAN AYRIS,   CHRIS RHATIGAN   FRANK DUFFY JODI MCARTHUR   & MORE including ME!   Get it HERE!  Continue reading “Laughing At The Death Grin! Out Now FROM Pulp Metal Fiction”