Friday, April 27, 2018

Phoning It In

Literary news was slow this week. Meaning, I got nothin' for La Bloga.
Or maybe I was sidetracked and didn't pick up on what I should have. I can be as distracted as the next guy, more so, actually. Ni modo. Desperate people take desperate chances. This is mine: I return to my trusty Samsung phone and pull out .... fotos.

Presenting a short selection of random photographs, for your viewing and enjoyment, I hope. Or not. Click on the photo for a bigger image.

Two New Orleans Bookstores: Arcadian Books and Prints and FAB

Snow Agave and Dangerous Beauty

Peace 1 and Peace 2

Dream 1 and Dream 2



Manuel Ramos has three noir short stories in the literary pipeline: Night in Tunisia (Blood Business, Mario Acevedo and Joshua Viola, eds., Hex Publishing, 2017), Snake Farm (Culprits: The Heist Was Only the Beginning, Richard Brewer and Gary Phillips, eds., Polis Books, 2018), and Sitting Ducks (Blood and Gasoline, Mario Acevedo, ed., Hex Publishing, 2018). His next novel is scheduled for publication in September, 2018.

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