Jamie Grefe

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  1. Grefe Mix

    In preparation for the autumn 2013 release of my Bizarro novella, The Mondo Vixen Massacre, I present five delicious pieces of mine that will help set the table for future stories to come, hand selected for your reading pleasure.

    1. Headcheese (The Bacon Review)

    2. Giraffes (Untoward Magazine)

    3. The Future of Festering Wounds (New Dead Families)

    4. Feral Doom (The Carnage Conservatory)

    5. Obscurities of the Doom Horizon (Gone Lawn)

  2. Battle Lion

    Glossi.com - Battle Lion: Jamie Grefe

    Click to view Battle Lion: Jamie Grefe on GLOSSI.COM

    This short magazine showcases six previously unpublished pieces and features original photographs from Michigan, Tokyo, and Hainan. The following pieces appear in this issue: “Sitting Fire,” “Fifth Folio: Production Notes,” “Knuckling Water,” “Apple Tongue,” “Battle Lion,” and “For Nick Cave.” I hope to make more of these Glossi’s in the future. Thank you for reading. 

  3. Over Thirteen

    theNewerYork is an excellent magazine and I have a short piece, a list of provocative questions, that grew out of an exercise crafted by Stephen Graham Jones. The questions, as they often do, tell a story. This magazine is available only in print.