Stephen D. Hilderbrand is a data scientist, poet, linguist, photographer, storyteller, juggler, musician, father, friend, and husband living in Austin, TX. On occasion, he finds moments of solitude to write poems.
Written over five years of his life, Already There is a collection of thirty-two poems around the subject of searching for home. From St. Lucia to Maryland, to upstate New York, to Austin, he walks us through a real and imagined past in the hope of settling down amidst dense lines and rhyming meditation.
This book is the first poetry collection he has published with Inverspace Press.
We hope you enjoy them.
In addition to a few role playing adventures, our next release will be The Art of the Session Recap, a collection of creative summaries of role playing sessions. Look for the release in February!
We are hard at work on pulling together a book of short haiku-inspired poetry by Phoenix-based Carolyn Hinderliter and a book of fast-paced hacker flash fiction by San Francisco-based J.M. Hacknee. These two writers couldn’t be further apart in their styles, but they both fit the inverspace mould because we can’t seem to find an easy way to categorize their work. Hinderliter is known to work space themes into her poetry, and Hacknee drops references and wordplay like a 21st-century Joyce.
Kristin Harrison is working on a collection of speculative fiction, and S.D. Hilderbrand is completing Tales Alone, a 150-page collection of ten short stories in the speculative vein.
Follow our progress as we release these exciting new works in 2012!
Carrying only some belongings, an STD, and a credit card. Our “hero” embarks upon a journey through America, searching for answers but doesn’t like what he finds. Going from misadventure to misadventure, he takes a trip of deconstruction in hope of finding a place where he can reconstruct his identity.
Order a paperback copy for the low cost of $8.99 or download a PDF version for $2.99 from Lulu: Chasing Kerouac With My Credit Card. Look for more of Edward Austin Robertson’s work in his other collections and in issues of Inverspace Quarterly.
Edward Austin Robertson works with the nation’s youth in Tulsa, OK, and travels to give poetry readings nationwide. His two acclaimed collections of poems, Supplication and Masturbation and Instant Exchange of Recognition are available from Inverspace Press, and his upcoming book, Blooming Bursting and Burning with Color is due out later this year. Chasing Kerouac With My Credit Card is Edward Austin Robertson’s most recent book of poetry.
Issue 7 submissions are due by the end of October, 2012. Get ‘em in and let’s put together another great issue!