My name is Curtis Edmonds; I’m the author of, most recently, A CIRCLE OF MOONLIGHT, the second book in my YA portal fantasy series about a young woman who is thrust into an imaginary dream world following a tragic car accident. I’ve also written humor pieces for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and book reviews for Bookreporter and Goodreads. I have a recent piece in a new SF anthology called Overmorrow.
This site has been hacked more than Shaquille O’Neal recently, and I am in the process of rebuilding it. So a lot of the content you’ll see newly posted here tends to be really old – remnants from the Before Time, in a lot of cases. And that’s fine! But once I’m finished re-posting a lot of the old junk, there will be some new content. Promise! In the meantime…
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Other Things You Can Read If You’re Not Into Buying Books and Stuff, Not That I Am Judging You For That
This is kind of a weird post about the dinkus, which I literally did not know was called that until I looked it up. And you may very well ask yourself, what in the Sam Hill is a dinkus? So, when you are writing a book, one of the things that you have to do… Continue reading A Symbolic Post about Symbols
The best restaurant in the history of the city of New York closed forever last year, and it was all my fault. It was a modest little place in the center of a long row of squat gray buildings, tucked in between a yoga studio and a plumbing supply wholesaler. It did not have a… Continue reading Café I