Sorry my internet lovelies, I did not mean to go a whole weak without posting. Unfortunately, my husband fell ill over New Year's weekend and I quickly followed suit. Nothing rings in the New Year like a stomach bug! On the positive side, free toxin flush!
Now, on to Terence. Terence and I met when I joined the Arlington Writers Meetup Group. If you live in the DC area, I would highly recommend checking out this group. When I joined, Terence had already been a member for years. A prolific writer, he's had roughly 1 billion stories published. That's not really accurate, but I believe the total is over 100.
Terence's fiction tends towards the dark and twisty, so you can see why we get along! Don't take my word for it, check out his microficiton page Memorable Fancies, the site where he publishes 50-500 word short stories daily. You can also find his published novels here.
Terence Kuch’s fiction and other writing has been published in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Canada, Australia, India, and Thailand, including Commonweal, Diagram, Dissent, Hobble Creek Review, New Scientist, New York magazine, North American Review, Penguin Review, Poetry Motel, Slant, Slow Trains, Stray Branch, Thema, Timber Creek Review, Washington Post Book World, Washington Post Magazine, and others. His work has been praised by the New York Times and Kirkus Reviews. He lives in Pimmit Hills, Virginia, with a wife and several opinionated cats.
In Libby news, my short story "The Victory Rule" was featured on a new short story blog started by fellow writer, Emily E. You can check out the story for free at Internet Troubadours.