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Monday, August 09, 2010

Elwin Cotman: "The Jack Daniels Sessions EP"

"The Jack Daniels Sessions EP" is the first story collection from fantasy author Elwin Cotman, right. Coming out in March 2010 through Six Gallery Press, these five stories run the gamut from ghost tale to high fantasy, humor to historical. Sampling the language of urban myth, black folklore, punk rock and teen angst, they create landscapes all their own. Illustrations by Rachel Dorrett.

Elwin Cotman is a fiction writer, poet, performance artist and activist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. An alumni of the University of Pittsburgh Writing program, he has been published in several magazines. These include The Dirty Napkin, Outsider Ink and The Fairfield Review. In 2005, he was selected to attend the Three Rivers Review writers' retreat. Currently, he is a member of the Cyberpunk Apocalypse writers' collective in Pittsburgh.

Elwin Cotman is a graduate student at the University of Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh writing program, and has taught Creative Writing to Washington DC elementary students. Elwin writes and performs stories that blend the personal with the mythic, the contemporary with the historical. He developed a narrative poetry workshop at the University of Maryland. His work has been published in the Fairfield Review, Outsider Ink and the Front Weekly. He was also a featured fiction writer for A Space Inside Reading Series.
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