Tag: jay wilburn

Jessica McHugh Talks to us About “Rock-a-bye Baby”

“Rock-a-bye Baby” has a soothing tune, so it’s understandable why it lulls children to sleep. But the lyrics are a different story. Most of us know the words by heart, but have we really thought about them? If more people did, I doubt sleep would come so easily. 1. Rock-a-bye […]

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Check out the cover for TIME EATERS and join the Jay Wilburn fanclub

First, here is the cover for Jay Wilburn’s TIME EATERS, scheduled for a late August release, designed by the wonderful Matthew Revert:     Are you a fan of Mr. Wilburn? Surely you’ve read one of his short stories. He is in practically everything lately. Well if so, consider joining […]

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SO IT GOES Website Officially Launched!

We now have a website promoting our upcoming anthology, SO IT GOES: A TRIBUTE TO KURT VONNEGUT. In it you will find the ToC, personal essays written by the authors, silly self-portraits, and a pre-order system. Oh snap!   CLICK HERE!      

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7 Benefits That Have Happened to Me Because of How Much I Expose Myself … I Mean, Write for Exposure!

“7 Benefits That Have Happened to Me Because of How Much I Expose Myself … I Mean, Write for Exposure!” by Jay Wilburn   The highest compliment I can get from a reader, any reader, is that they can’t stop thinking about one of my stories after they read it. […]

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Review of A Discriminating Death by Susan J. Dorsey

“Review of A Discriminating Death: A Jane Brook’s Mystery by Susan J. Dorsey with Rainstorm Press” by Jay Wilburn   A Discriminating Death: A Jane Brook’s Mystery by Susan J. Dorsey with Rainstorm Press is a mystery with strong characters. I have reviewed more works from Rainstorm than any other, […]

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Who would be crazy enough to just quit his job and spend his days writing … this guy … sort of?

“Who would be crazy enough to just quit his job and spend his days writing … this guy … sort of?” by Jay Wilburn   Oh, yeah, you read that correctly. On February 7, 2013, I walked into my principal’s office and handed her two copies of my letter of […]

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