I've been very busy with creative work over the last few weeks. I've mentioned some of the things I've been working on (such as Trailer Trash, the Literature Network blog and Short Fuse Leicester) and missed others (like Pictour, clown stories for Glue Gun '91 and a night of readings in June).
One of the things I should have announced is that I've got a story in the current issue (number four) of Notes From the Underground. It's a small story about Scrabble, 55 words tucked away on page 4, but it's a piece I'm fond of and I'm glad it's found a home. Notes From The Underground is FREE from various locations. You should definitely pick up a copy, and not just to sell on ebay when Zack Snyder one day films my clown novel; there are some lovely stories, each perfectly timed at just a few minutes of reading, and an article from Kathy Lethe about visiting a strip club with John Mortimer.
Thanks to Sunita for posting me a copy of the new issue.