The Oddville Press is a quarterly publication created by a team obsessed with showcasing imaginitive, compelling and evocative work by the most talented and hungry in the creative community.
Author Mark Jacobs contributed the short story A Brief History of Bullfighting to the Fall 2018 Issue of The Oddville Press. Jacobs discusses writing process, genres in fiction, and, as a former foreign service officer, America's place in the world.
Sara Tantlinger never fails to impress. Congratulations to our hardworking contributing editor on her recently published Devil's Dreamland.
“Tantlinger’s chilling poetry, inspired by life/lies of a serial murderer, unfolds in the imagined voices of his victims, and the man himself, in a city reduced to ashes and rebuilt for him to bleed. The poems entice to try understanding this devil: what does he gain from such horror? In the end, after he is hanged and buried, the haunting last poem plants the idea: evil is more than one man and isn’t easily destroyed.”
—Linda D. Addison, award-winning author of “How to Recognize a Demon Has Become Your Friend” and HWA Lifetime Achievement Award winner