A Month in the Thunderdome

Thunderdome is a webzine founded by the multi-talented Michael Paul Gonzalez.

Michael has a brilliant eye for art, crossing many mediums and platforms. In the fall of 2011 he will edit the Thunderdome print anthology, In Search of a City – Los Angeles in 1,000 Words, with stories prompted by gorgeous Hipstamatic-style photos of LA, and featuring many of Warmed and Bound‘s own contributors.

Through the month of August, Thunderdome will feature two stories a week by Warmed and Bound contributors. It is a unique privilege for us to get a full month of attention from such an awesome magazine. Please help us return the affection by ‘liking’ the Thunderdome Facebook page and returning often to www.thundadome.com.

From the Thunderdome website:
“August will be a bit of a departure from our latest “Writer in Residence” series, and instead present writers, a collection of them in fact! The Velvet, an online literary community, released its first print collection last month to a rousing success – the book sold so rapidly that it temporarily broke Barnes & Noble’s website (which is a very dark story on its own…). This month, we’ll roll out two stories per week from some of the writers featured in the book, concluding the month with Mlaz Corbier’s latest Dispatch from Thunder Road as he tracks down the wily and elusive Pela Via, hard-working editor of the Warmed and Bound collection. Some of these stories are stand alone works, some are previously published in print, but appearing online for the first time, and others are tangential to the stories you’ll see in the book. Enjoy the ride!”

Aug 3: “Mr. Wadsworth & The Flea Circus” by Craig Wallwork

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