Ravi Mangla’s Visiting Writers Chapbook is up for FREE!

12 Dec

A while back I vouched for Ravi Mangla‘s selections from his visiting writer’s series over at Outlet, Pank, and Everyday Genius. Well here’s some awesome for you: Uncanny Valley Press just released a 23 stories from the series as an ebook. Even better, it’s free and very well designed!

Here’s a sneak peak:


Vladimir Nabokov bought my daughter a chess set, with pieces carved from sandalwood by hand. Every little girl should own a chess set, he said, and my daughter nodded in feigned agreement, eager to rejoin her friends. Late afternoon, once the guests had left, my wife sent me to collect the plates and glasses from the backyard. And there was Nabokov, crouched in the garden, his pant cuffs folded to his knees, following a caterpillar across his finger.

5 Responses to “Ravi Mangla’s Visiting Writers Chapbook is up for FREE!”

  1. tlgobble December 12, 2011 at 10:11 pm #

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    Great vouch.

    My mouth was in a shape like this O the whole time.

    I think that’s a good thing.

    It’s really tough to write about classic writers.

    Ravi Mangla is tough. Obviously.

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