Drunk Dialer’s Ballad: Drinking in 20th Century American Short Fiction
A drunk dialer’s ballad for the 20th century....
Caroll Sun Yang holds a BFA in Fine Art from Art Center College of Design, an MFA in Writing from Antioch University and is a certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist. She identifies as a hipster slashing hipster artist slash writer slash mate slash mother of two smallish beings (no, not cats) living in Los Angeles, Ca. Her work has appeared in The Nervous Breakdown, New World Writing, Mutha Magazine, Necessary Fiction, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and Identity Theory. She is forever working on a collection of stories, slinging food at a joint where high-profile writers tend to dine making it a sometimes-unnerving occupation and writing later indecipherable sticky "notes to self". She can never have enough personality-disordered friends/ lo-fi anything/ human touch/ sarcasm/ cell phone photo filters/ art films featuring teens/ opportunities to use phrases like "the-bomb-dot-com"/ Latrinalia/ frosting flowers/ forward slashing/ the word slash /cats/ bio changes. She may be found (and friended) spewing forth with embarrassing fervor @ www.facebook.com/franzialux.