Archive | April, 2009

Shameless Literary Self Promotion

14 Apr

 There’s nothing more off-putting than the shameless self-promotion that permeates American society like a besotted rug three days after a keg party. That being said, the Hangover would like to announce that its editor, Albert Waitt, has a short story in the Spring 2009 (current) issue of Third Coast, an award-winning journal published by Western Michigan University. 

Mr. Waitt’s story, “You Open Your Door,”  is set in the fictional Laurel, Maine, which does bear some likeness to the town of Kennebunkport.   However, any resemblance to actual people, places, or events is purely coincidental.  

For $9, less than the cost of a martini at a decent bar, you can enjoy some of today’s best literature.  Third Coast should be available nationally at your finer book stores (especially those that sell organic coffee and 1000 calorie lattes).  It can also be ordered directly from the Third Coast editoriThird Coast, Spring 2009al offices:

Third Coast
Western Michigan University
English Department
1903 W Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5331

Enjoy.

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