Sunday, May 15, 2011

Nasty Stuff this week at BTAP

Linda Schenck, supposedly a sensitive, romantic-type, offers up Nobody's Listening at Beat to a Pulp this week.  Mrs. Schenck delivers a short story that will make your mind gasp when it's over.  It's a wonderful example of fiction being more honest than non-fiction.  It's also a well-layered tale that compels the reader to think about several issues at once.  Very nice work, Mrs. Schenck.

PS-- Next week, I believe, a writer I am too familiar with will be featured at BTAP.


  1. Thanks, David. Linda's story will be a hard act to follow.

  2. I've missed the last couple weeks at BtaP and Linda's was a fab one to come back on. Holy Sh*t! Looking forward to yours, Alec!

  3. Thanks, Jodi. Hopefully it won't disappoint.