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Photo courtesy of the Busy Brain. Used under Creative Commons license.My newest short story, “The Cannibals of Kitsap,” was just published in this week’s Creative Colloquy. It has everything you could ever want — fourth grade intrigue, food that isn’t what it appears to be, and of course, cannibalism in the Pacific Northwest. I don’t want to give too much away, but I do want to encourage you to read it. I hope you enjoy it.

I’m humbled to be published alongside Nick Stillman, L. Lisa Lawrence, and Lawander Thompson. You should definitely check out their stories after you’ve read mine. I’m thrilled to have my fiction appear on Creative Colloquy’s website once more. CC is a Tacoma-based literary website that publishes South Sound writers and hosts a super fun live reading and open mic night once a month at B Sharp Cafe in Tacoma’s Theatre District. This month, I’ll be reading “The Cannibals of Kitsap” as one of the featured readers on Monday, April 27 at 7pm. Maybe I’ll see you there.

Thanks for reading!

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Jonny Eberle is a writer in Tacoma, WA. His previous short story, The Observable Universe, was published by Creative Colloquy in July 2014. He is currently looking for a theatre company to stage his full-length play, Worm Food. You can find him on the Twitter.

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