Monthly Archives: January 2012

New short story: Ghosts

New short story, Ghosts, appears in Terracotta Typewriter Issue 9:

“I was married once,” David said. “Guys here, they’ve been married three, four times. Just once for me.”

He stopped eating, lit a cigarette. He shook another free from his pack, handed it to Jarrett and lit it for him.

“Yeah,” David said with some smoke. “I was married once.”

They’d given their final exams yesterday and caught the first bus out of Wuhan. They were in Jingdezhen, a city famous for china, in Jiangxi province. They planned to spend a week seeing Jiangxi before heading south.

It’s from a novel I’m working on. Read the rest here.

The Journey through Nanking – Review 1

There’s a review up over at Seeing Red in China. Casey did a good job, and thanks to Tom and Casey both for agreeing to review it on their site.

And if you’re interested in China, you’d do well to check the rest of Tom’s website. He has a good thing going there.