J.A. Tyler Filling Up The Web Journals With Some Sweet Brother War Action

15 Jan

I first remember reading a selection from J.A. Tyler’s Variations of a Brother War in the September Issue of elimae.

Of course, I was like WOAH, astounded by how the sentences hold the action, the characters, seeming to release them once the section is finished.

Found out that another one is in Wigleaf. This is the Cabins Triptych. The tension is incredible here. I really want to say more, but these pieces speak for themselves.

Here are some more:

At Necessary Fiction

At Gulf Stream

At >kill author

At Knee-Jerk

I wanted to throw these together in one post because this is something special in the making, something that can speak for itself. One more thing from me: Rereading all these is a great Saturday morning experience.

5 Responses to “J.A. Tyler Filling Up The Web Journals With Some Sweet Brother War Action”

  1. np January 15, 2011 at 4:52 pm #

    there’ll be a few in H_NGM_N #12 as well. April.

    • tlgobble January 15, 2011 at 7:13 pm #


      Excellent. Good choice. Ha.

      I’ll be excited to see them.


  2. J. A. Tyler January 16, 2011 at 4:27 pm #

    Thanks so much for posting about these Tyler, I really appreciate it. & in addition to the H_NGM_N ones, few more are also forthcoming in future issues of Caketrain, Broken Plate, A Capella Zoo, & No Tell Motel, if folks want to keep a look-out. Best,

    • tlgobble January 17, 2011 at 3:25 pm #

      No problem J.A. You deserve it.

      Thanks for keeping us up to date with the other forthcomings.

      You know I’m definitely looking forward to the Broken Plate one:)

      Take care

  3. Matty Byloos February 20, 2012 at 6:14 pm #

    And the book will officially be released as the first Small Doggies Press title, Feb. 28th, 2012, just in time for AWP. Thanks J. A. and Tyler!

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