The Defender is Guilded| Litro Lab| Podcast

The Defender is Guilded| Litro Lab| Podcast
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This week on Litro Lab is Joseph Doretzky’s “The Defender is Guilded” where a nine year old and her dad play out a court case in a car

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The Defender is Guilded

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Jay Duret has had many stories published in online and print journals, including Boston Literary Magazine, Limping Devil Press, Stone Path Review, The Green Briar Review, Gambling the Aisle, Cigale Literary Magazine, Outside In, Roadside Fiction, and Fiction Vortex. He also has stories forthcoming in Gargoyle (edited by Richard Peabody) and December (edited by Gianna Jacobson). Blue Lake Review published his 10,000-word short story called “Bicentennial” which was a finalist for Big Fiction’s 2013 Knickerbocker Prize. Two of his stories are appearing in anthologies to be published in the next several months – “Smut” in Book Lovers Stories (edited by Shawna Kenney) and “In Bogota” in Whereabouts: Stepping out of Place.

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About Jay Duret

Jay Duret is a San Francisco based writer and illustrator who blogs at www.jayduret.com. More than two dozen of Jay’s stories have been published or are forthcoming in online and print journals, including Narrative Magazine, Blue Fifth Review, Gargoyle and December. Second Wind Publishing published Jay’s first novel, Nine Digits, this year. See www.ninedigits.com.

Jay Duret is a San Francisco based writer and illustrator who blogs at www.jayduret.com. More than two dozen of Jay’s stories have been published or are forthcoming in online and print journals, including Narrative Magazine, Blue Fifth Review, Gargoyle and December. Second Wind Publishing published Jay’s first novel, Nine Digits, this year. See www.ninedigits.com.

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