New Short Fiction Series on YouTube

We'll Always Have Paris
February 13, 2009

Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man, Fahrenheit 451 and Something Wicked This Way Comes are masterworks.  In recognition of his literary world stature, he received the National Book Foundation's 2000 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters and the National Medal of Arts in 2004. 

Doctor Olaf van Schuler's Brain
November 14, 2008

Kirsten Menger-Anderson's stories were short-listed for the Andre Dubus Award, the Richard Yates Award, the Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers, and the Iowa Review story contest and have appeared in a number of literary publications. 

Months and Seasons
June 13, 2008

Christopher Meeks' stories have been published in several literary journals and a prior collection, The Middle Aged Man and the Sea.   He has also had three full-length plays mounted in Los Angeles, published four children's novels, reviewed theater for Daily Variety and received the Donald Davis Dramatic Writing Award for a screenplay.  Meeks' column on writing can be viewed at

Labors Of The Heart
November 9, 2007

Claire Davis is the author of Season of the Snake and Winter Range, which won the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award for Best First Novel and the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award for Best Novel.  Her stories have appeared in Southern Review, Gettysburg Review, Ploughshares and have been selected for the Best American Short Stories and the Pushcart Prize anthologies. Davis lives in Lewiston, Idaho.

Zombies From The Vast Wasteland
July 13, 2007

Stephanie Savage's fiction has appeared in Potpourri, Jewish Currents, 3AM Magazine, News of the Brave New World, Potpourri, Devil Blossoms, PKA'S Advocate, Lite, Snicker and American Atheist.

Corrections To My Memoirs
February 9, 2007

Michael Kun is the author of four novels including the 2003 BookSense selection and "Breakout Book" The Locklear Letters and his most recent work, You Poor Monster.  A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Virginia School of Law, Kun lives in L.A.

Casual Fridays & other stories
October 13, 2006

Chris Iovenko has published numerous short stories in literary journals and magazines such as Open City, The American Voice, Outercast, and Farmhouse Magazine.  He has written non-fiction for The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Spin and Details Magazine.  Iovenko has worked as a writer, director and producer in feature film.  The acclaimed, award-winning dark comedy EASY SIX (Showtime 2005) marked his feature writing and directing debut.  Iovenko teaches the creative writing class The Art of the Page Turner for UCLA's Extension Program. 

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