Roustabout

Jay Maul was born in Wurzburg, Germany and grew up in the mid-west United States.  He lived in NYC, traveled with a circus and currently resides in Boston, MA with a sassy Canadian woman, 2 tarantulas and a pit bull.  HIs eclectic stories have been published in Every Reason #10, The short-story anthology, Men In The Company of Women and he is the featured author of Notes Magazine Issue 4.  He can also be found at http://www.facebook.com/literarymorphine.

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45 thoughts on “Roustabout

    • Thanks man. Your “Premeditated” caught my eye this morning, but further reading dug up more jewels like “Candid Camera.” Blogs are a dime a dozen. But interesting, poetic blogs do not turn up so easily. If you read sci-fi at all I’m serializing one of my stories about a couple who wants to get pregnant but it’s the future, so they’re not allowed. (I suck at describing my stories) if you have any comments, negative or positive, all are welcomed. thanks, man! will be reading your posts regularly 🙂 http://wp.me/p2y5v2-m

    • thanks for posting art and words about art. those are my two favorite things. If you like sci-fi I’m serializing one of my stories about a couple who wants to get pregnant but it’s the future, so they’re not allowed. if you have any comments, negative or positive, all are welcomed. thanks, man! will be reading your posts regularly 🙂 http://wp.me/p2y5v2-m

    • Thanks for taking the time and saying a few words. Most people nowadays with the new-fangled internet (I’m only 31 but but back in my day…) don’t even want to stop for a second to say “Hi.” I really enjoy your art/poetry/lyrical whimsy. Can’t wait for more!

  1. After snooping around a bit, I’ve found your blog to be very eclectic and interesting! I look forward to discovering more and thanks so much for the follow!!

    • Thanks for snooping around! Its funny you should say my blog is eclectic, yours is filled with so many different things. I especially liked the Franck Sorbier piece. Mostly because I’m currently working on a headpiece for a dancer that has LED lights in it. It’s not as intricate or expensive as Sorbier’s. Looking forward to reading more of your posts!

  2. Hi Jay! Thanks for the like on my post “Renaissance Stained Glass”, and for following my blog “Exploring the wold: photography, travel art”. Now, I’m following your blog too. 😉
    Kind greetings,
    Marianne

  3. Jay, thanks for the follow on Living As Meaning. I’ll return the favor and look forward to your stories. Thanks again.

    • You’re doing a wonderful thing, and I think the age of technology we’re in is wonderful. Instead of just putting your students’ work on the walls of the local city hall, you can share them with the world. And they’re wonderful. Keep up the good work 🙂

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