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Book Title: Curbside Splendor Issue 1: Spring 2011|
The author of the book: Victor David Giron
Edition: Curbside Splendor Publishing
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Date of issue: March 15th 2011
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The debut of Curbside Splendor's semi-annual print journal - Issue 1 - featuring short stories, poems, and or photography by James James Greer, Ben Tanzer, Timothy Gager, Lara Konesky, Ryan Werner, Yovani Flores, Brandon Jennings, Michael San Filippo, Garett Holden, Farah Ghuznavi, Martini Harkert, Anthony Ilacqua, Frankie Metro, Isabel Kestner, Deadbeat Poet, Sondra Morin, Ally Malinenko, Sharanya Manivannan, Eirik Gumney, Karolina Faber, and Gabriel Hurier. This collection features work we've published online, and some new pieces never published before.
We publish work set primarily in urban (and sometimes sub-urban) settings. In this issue you'll find work set in the gutters, the streets, Onida, Bangladesh, India, and the battlefields of Iraq.
ISSN 2159-9475, ISBN 978-0-9834228-0-8
5" x 8", perfect-bound paperback, 162 pages long.
Designed by Karolina Faber.
Edited by Victor David Giron and Stephanie Waite Witherspoon.
Photography by Garett Holden, Michael San Filippo, Eirik Gumney, and Karolina Faber.
Cover based on photograph by Michael San Filippo
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Read information about the authorI'm the son of immigrants from Mexico and Guatemala and now live in Chicago. I'm a dad first, accountant second, and writer third. My short work has appeared in Rougarou, Umbrella Factory Magazine, Jersey Devil Press, Diverse Voices Quarterly, ZaftigZen, The Logan Square Literary Review, Chicago Parent Magazine, and others.
I started Curbside Splendor Publishing in late 2009 to publish my first novel Sophomoric Philosophy (Nov 2010). Sophomoric Philosophy is a coming-of-age story featuring Alejandro ("Alex") Lopez, a 30-something Mexican-American accountant living in contemporary Chicago. If you listen to any best of 80s Hair Metal band albums and watch the movie Dazed and Confused, you'll get the idea.
Curbside now publishes stories and poems online, and makes books. We present a bi-monthly reading series at Beauty Bar Chicago (occurring the second Sunday of every other month).
Visit us at www.curbsidesplendor.com.
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