Portland, OR, October 25, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Unsolicited Press announces immediate availability of "Suicidal Gods" by C.M. Chapman. Nestled in the old mountains, somewhere between creation and destruction, between truth and lies, between everywhere and nowhere, Dogleg Bend reveals its magic to residents and visitors alike, whose lives weave in and out of time like the river. These are their true stories.
C.M. Chapman began writing fiction in the mid 80’s as an undergrad at West Virginia University. After a 25-year hiatus during which he did creative work for WCLG Radio in Morgantown, he returned to writing in 2012. He has appeared in numerous journals, including Cheat River Review, Limestone, Still: The Journal, Unlikely Stories, Dark Mountain in the U.K., and the anthology, So It Goes: A Tribute to Kurt Vonnegut. He is the author of the chapbook, "Music & Blood," from Latham House Press, and is currently working on several new projects. He is a graduate of the low-residency MFA program at West Virginia Wesleyan College, where he has served as The McKinney Teaching Fellow and adjunct professor of English.
"Suicidal Gods" by C.M. Chapman is available directly from the publisher and all major retailers. Ingram Book Group distributes the title to the market.