New Release from Strange Days Books
M. E . McMullen:
My work has appeared in numerous print and online journals both in mainstream and science fiction publications and been cited by the Pushcart, Hugo and Editor’s Choice, and nominated for inclusion in the online Free Library.
My column of short story reviews appears regularly in Untoward Magazine, and includes reviews of classic short stories and short story writers: Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily,” Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice,” Eudora Welty’s “Keela the Outcast Indian Maiden,” and others.
In 2013, my story, “The African Queen Comes to Las Vegas” will be appearing in The New Renaissance, and “The Budge” will be appearing in eFiction/SciFi.
Born: Cincinnati, OH. August 18, 1941; M.E. McMullen has been publishing mainstream and SF short stories since the late 1970s. His work has appeared in Doordreams (Symptoms, 1978); Syzygy (The Revised Death of Larry Moancurly, 1979); Antioch Review (Carolina in the Morning, 1982); Amazing Stories (Gandy Plays the Palace, 1983); Kansas Quarterly (War With the Euphorians, 1985); New Renaissance (Number Cruncher Suite, 1989); Editor's Choice III ; Spirit That Moves Us Press (Number Cruncher Suite, 1991); Aboriginal SF (The Grassman, 1994); Chicago Quarterly Review (Ernesto Falls; a parable, 2001); New Renaissance (TNR) (Gladys Simeon, 2002); TNR, (Louise Berchine, 2005); TNR (Shank, 2006); Cafe Irreal (Carolina in the Morning); Dana Literary Review, (The Garden, 2006); Avatar Review (Dream Three, 2008)M. E. McMullen / Publication History