Charlie Geoghegan-Clements grew up near Boston, and then lived in a whole slew of other places, and now lives near Boston again. Oddly, he isn’t particularly fond of Boston. His work has been published with theNewerYork, Marco Polo Quarterly, Tin House, Prick of the Spindle, and Scissors and Spackle. His collection of short stories Superhero Questions, is available from ELJ Publications or digitally from Amazon. It has nothing to do with superheros. He also writes the blog Comics and Theory, which has rather a lot to do with superheros, actually.
A.W. Marshall’s work is published or forthcoming in Red Wheelbarrow, Fiction Attic, Austin Review, theNewerYork, Appalachian Heritage and Vestal Review (See links to a few stories below). In 2005, he wrote and directed the professional theater production of his play, Pan, with Long Beach Shakespeare Company. In 2003, his play, Emptier, was produced at the Hudson Theater in Hollywood and directed by Kristin Hanggi. His play Personal Stigmata received a staged reading at Theater of Note in Hollywood in 2004. He lives in Tulsa, OK, but grew to adolescent adulthood in the Los Angeles area. He received his MFA in playwriting from USC and a MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Currently, he is writing a novel about a half man, half rabbit in 1850’s California called Hendo.
A.W. Marshall’s short story “A Lover” at Vestal Review
A.W. Marshall’s short story “The End of Reasoning” at theNewerYork
A.W. Marshall’s short story “The Crush” at Fiction Attic