The crew over at Phantom Billstickers have just released the first issue of their Cafe Reader. It’s a free publication chock full of creative writing. You pick one up when you’re having a coffee, have a read, take it home with you.
I’m honoured to have some work in the first issue; a short-story I wrote called “The Party (A Fiction)”. I’m especially honoured given the company I’m keeping.
It’s a terrific group to be part of – there’s some amazing work in this quality publication.
And the first issue features a chapter from the memoir that Dave McArtney was working on. We know of the tragic news, Dave McArtney passed away just as the Cafe Reader was going to print. There’s a special dedication to him inside the front cover. His wonderful piece in the magazine being all the more special now of course.
So I’m proud of this – I’m sure the other writers are too. And I know the Phantom Billstickers crew are. So much so in fact that they’ve offered a special prize for one lucky Off The Tracks reader.
Go find a copy of the Cafe Reader and tell me the name of the story you like the most; the one that caught your attention first. The name of the writer and the story’s title. Leave that in a comment below. And I’ll pick one lucky winner who will receive one of the brand new Phantom Billstickers T-shirts and a $50 iTunes voucher.
So grab a copy, share your thoughts and be in to win. That simple really.