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Joe Milford Hosts Karl Koweski

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I'm a 34 year old machine operator. I live in a rural town on top of a mountain in Alabama. I've lived here with my wife and daughter, Gloria 11, and son, Jared, 6, for 12 years. I was born in Hammond, Indiana, just southeast of Chicago and lived in that area mostly for 22 years. I'm an eternally cynical Cubs fan. I've been writing for as long as I can remember and I started publishing in the small press back in 1994. I've racked up hundreds and hundreds of publication credits. I also write stories and articles that I sell to magazines like Hustler Fantasies and Swank, anthologies like the UKs Mammoth Book of Erotic Confessions and online sites Ruthies Club. I also write stories. Horror, humor, crime, have had some published in places like Spork, It's All Good (Manic D Press anothology) Thuglit, Plots With Guns, Night Terrors. many other places. My first chapbook collection, Playthings, was a collection of stories published by Kevin Sampsell's Future Tense press back in 2002. Since then I've had about eight chapbooks of poems published, the latest ones being Diminishing Returns by www.sunnyoutside.com and Industrial Strip by www.covertpress.com. Epic Rites will eventually be publishing my full length collection of short stories Blood and Greasepaint. and Grievous Jones will be publishing my first full length collection of poems, Red Star Ascending, at the end of the year. and somewhere between I have a 69 chapbook of erotica co-written with Melissa Hansen coming out from Tainted Coffee Press. I co-edit for Brian Fugett at www.zygoteinmycoffee.com where I also write a monthly column titled Observations of a Dumb Polack. I was involved with the inception of the GPP (they're a-holes and I'm glad I got out of there when I did) and I was an editor at Outsider Writers Guild (I'm glad I got out of there as well, but they're not a-holes).

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