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underwaterDavid James Keaton’s work has appeared in over 50 publications, most recently including Grift, The Chicago Quarterly Review, Noir At The Bar, Pank, Needle, and Thuglit. He won a Best Short Story on the Web, a Spinetingler Award for a roulette scam in Crime Factory, and his coach-killing contribution to Plots With Guns #10 was named a Notable Story of 2010 by storySouth’s Million Writer’s Award. He was also nominated for a 2012 Pushcart Prize. David received his MFA from the University of Pittsburgh and was the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Flywheel Magazine, now featuring more flies than wheels. He’s tinkering with several screenplays, including a prison movie, a thriller, and a western, occasionally adapting them into novels. He realizes this method is probably backwards. His first collection of fiction, Fish Bites Cop! Stories To Bash Authorities, was a finalist for the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award and named the 2013 Short Story Collection of the Year by This Is Horror. His first novel, The Last Projector (Broken River Books), is due out Halloween of 2014. He can be contacted at davidjameskeaton[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  1. Erin E Keaton

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  4. Tracy Hauser

    Hi recently read your story “Change Machine” on Floodwall Literary Magazine and I appreciated how you indirectly alluded to a specific fight between two characters by explaining it through argumentative habits, “…grabbed her shoe that had slipped off, crashed out the door” . It has since helped me want to write, and I thank you for that..

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  5. Leslie Lopez

    Hi-

    Leslie from Zombie Research Society here.

    Wanted to give you a heads up that we just launched a campaign to get
    George Romero a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

    As you know Romero invented the modern zombie with his 1968 horror classic
    Night of the Living, launching a global phenomenon that continues to
    infect pop culture more than 40 years later.

    Stars cost $30,000 paid to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, so we’re
    doing a fundraising campaign to let fans give back to the man that has
    given us all so much.

    Here is the link, and as you can see we’ve got Simon Pegg, Scott Ian of
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    Leslie

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