The inaugural issue of Vautrin is available now, and features pieces by Scott Phillips, Sylvia Maultash Warsh, Thomas Pluck, and many others.
Vautrin is only available at Watermark Books. Follow this link. https://www.watermarkbooks.com/product/vautrin-volume-1-issue-1-spring-2019
Vautrin is old school. To correspond with editor and publisher Todd Robins, to make a donation to support the magazine, or get a two-issue subscription you’ll have to use the US Postal Service and write to him. For donations and a two-issue subscription, make checks payable to Vautrin. The mailing address is 3418 East English Wichita, KS 67218.
Caitlin Hamilton Summie is the author the short story collection To Lay To Rest Our Ghosts from Fomite Press (http://www.fomitepress.com/Home.html). You can also keep up with Caitlin at her website (https://caitlinhamiltonsummie.com) or if you think you might need a book publicist, try http://www.caitlinhamiltonmarketing.com/wordpress/
In this bonus episode I talk to one-time Naropa classmate Duncan B. Barlow about punk rock in Louisville, losing our fathers, our mutual affection for Bobbie Louise Hawkins and Laird Hunt, how to stay in the game, and the cats that interrupt us. Also, I screw up the name of Lewis and Clark College. Duncan is the author of the books Super Cell Anemia (2008), and Of Flesh and Fur (2016). His most recent novel is The City Awake, available from Stalking Horse Press. Duncan is also the head honcho at Astrophil Press, which recently published Eirka T. Wurth’s recent book Bucskin Cocaine.
You can keep up with Duncan (and check out some of his band’s albums) by visiting his website: https://www.duncanbbarlow.com