The Pile published in Flash Fiction Funny anthology edited by Tom Hazuka.
Laurent published in Slice Magazine issue #13.
RE: Sugar, Washer Woman, Under the Peach Tree, and The Hum of Broken Things re-published on Phone Fiction.
The Pile read at Saturday Night Special during Oakland's Beast Crawl 2013.
Haunt performed by Gray and Anthony Villafuete at Action Fiction!.
The Many Raymond Days receives 2012 Dana Award in the Novel!
My Metastasizing Face read at Grinder.
Rue Benoit Bunico: Night performed by Gray at Action Fiction!.
RE: Sugar published in The Newer York's Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature.
Panel guest for CW 510: The Short-Short Story at SFSU.
Under the Peach Tree read at New American Writing #30 release party.
Abort read at Lip Service West.
Under The Peach Tree published in 2012's New American Writing (30).
The Many Raymond Days debut novel (and MFA thesis) complete at 94k words!
New illustrations by Tyler Landry for The Many Raymond Days posted on Pinterest.
The Many Raymond Days runner-up for Clark Gross Novel Award, comments by Matthew Iribarne.
Deathless read at InsideStoryTime.
Die Brizl! performed by Caroline Scippa in the premier Action Fiction!, read it on fiction365.
Bray posted on Fiction365.com.
Baby Alligator posted on Fiction365.com.
Chew posted on Fiction365.com.
Baby Alligator read at Lip Service West.
Chew and Die, Brizl read at Wartime Cafe's MFA Mixer.
Life of the Gallows wins Leo Litwak AWard in Transfer #98.
The Hum of Broken Things runner-up for Wilner Award for Short Fiction.
Interview about the creative process posted at Storyglossia.
The Hum of Broken Things published in Storyglossia Issue 36.
Washer Woman review by Peter Tennant.
Washer Woman published in Black Static #10.
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About the Author
Scott Lambridis studied brains, co-founded Omnibucket.com, graduated from SF State, just finished a novel about the end of time called The Many Raymond Days, and can be read in the new New American Writing. Email him at scott at omnibucket dot com.