Writers Block

Some New Writing Be Here

It’s been a good month for the writing. One of Canada’s greatest writers, the awesome Gail Anderson-Dargatz asked me to guest blog over at her site. I wrote a piece about the challenges of being a musician and a writer that involves kitty liter, a lake, a boat, and a carton of milk. You can read it here.

I’m happy to report that my story Dairy Barn Angel was published by the good people over at Sixfold Magazine. They’re a journal that publishes work voted on by the writers who submit, a very cool concept and I’m happy to be part of their fiction issue. Head on over and read it when you get a chance. You can even download the story and put it on your eThing, whichever one that might be. Here’s the story.

About the Author

Chris TarryChris Tarry is a four-time Juno Award winning musician and a writer. His debut collection of short fiction, “How To Carry Bigfoot Home,” is out now from Red Hen Press (March 2015). He lives in Maplewood, New Jersey with his wife Michelle, daughter Chloe, and son Lucas. Connect with Chris on Google+, Facebook, and Twitter.View all posts by Chris Tarry

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