The latest short story published on Mud Flat Press is “Akiko’s Last Fight” by Alec Clayton. It is a rewrite of a story first published by Creative Colloquy. Akiko is a former women’s boxing champion coming out of retirement to challenge the woman who took away her title and her husband. Read it here.
Mud Flat Press asked friends to contribute questions for an interview with MFP author and co-founder Alec Clayton. Interviewed by Ricker Winsor (author of Tic Toc, The Painting of My Life, and Pakuwon City), Ned Hayes, (author of The Eagle Tree, Sinful Folk, and Coeur D’Alene Waters, and publisher of OLY ARTS), Christian Carvajal (author … Read more
Mud Flat Press now publishes short stories. Our first two stories are “My Otter” by Ricker Winsor and “Emmolene’s Bones” by Jack Butler. See Short Stories here.
Jack Butler’s novel Living in Little Rock with Miss Little Rock was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. His poems, short stories and other writings have been published in The New Yorker, Atlantic, and New York Times Book Review, Poetry, Southern Poetry Review and other publications. Mud Flat Press is proud to have published his Practicing … Read more
Ricker Winsor is a painter, writer and world traveler. He has worked as a photojournalist, cabinetmaker, teacher, and as a Delta blues musician, guitar and vocal. Ricker is an expatriate living in Surabaya, Indonesia with his Chinese Indonesian wife, Jovita. His essays and short fiction have been published at “Reflets du Temps” in France and … Read more
Lynn Savage is the author of Mr. Klein’s Wild Ride. Mud Flat Press sat down with Lynn (via email) to question her about the book. MFP: Gary and Summer Klein’s lives are shaken when Gary is offered the job of publicizing “Panerotic,” the new “Disneyland of Sex.” Beyond that basic description and avoiding spoilers, … Read more
Want to read a couple of great short stories? Try “Harboring Ghosts” by Christina Butcher and “Boy’s Club” by Christian Carvajal, both published online at Creative Colloquy. Also check out the preview of The Stardust Christmas Fandango at Harlequin Productions on OLY ARTS.
From Ricker Winsor: “I am out drawing in ink with my portable table. It is easier now than with all the oil paint and I think my ink drawings are my strongest expression in any case. I am in Surabaya not far from home, in an area called Kenjaran which has a huge golden Buddha … Read more