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My essay is the first one up on the Bukowski tribute website leading up to the coming release of Long Distance Drunks now available for preorder. Be warned. There are bad words in the title. If you are sensitive to that sort of thing, skip the essay or skip the title. The rest of the essay is cuss word free, but I use bad words in the title to make a joke because I have the sense of humor of a twelve-year-old.

“His notions of walking away from work and the normal goals of life and the American seemed alien to me.”


Check out the essay, pre-order the anthology LONG DISTANCE DRUNKS, and enjoy “The Ten Month Drunk” from me along with the stories of the other talented authors.

“Live your dreams or stop living your nightmares. You almost always have some type of choice.”

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Jay Wilburn
Jay Wilburn has a Masters Degree in Education that goes mostly unused since he quit teaching to write about zombies. Jay writes horror because he tends to find the light by facing down the darkness. He finds the journey through life easier by having you join him. Jay is the author of 2 series: The Dead Song Legend and The Great Interruption. He cowrote The Enemy Held Near with Armand Rosamilia. You can also find Jay's work in Best Horror of the Year volume 5 and Dark Moon Digest. Each year Jay has the pleasure of featuring many great authors in the genre through the Summer and Winter of Zombie blog tours on his website.

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