The Portland Reader has posted an excerpt from my new short story ‘The Carve Road’ w/ a link to the full version. Reader discretion advised.
Here is the link: http://portland.readinglocal.com/2010/10/26/the-portland-reader-the-carve-road-by-jaret-ferratusco (thank you for reading)
2:15pm. Absolutely beautiful rainy afternoon. You are so lovely, Portland.
12:12pm. Headed out to view ‘The Urban Orchestra’, a photography exhibit by @MerrickMonroe at Sequential Art Gallery / Everett Lofts, PDX.
Photoshoot with @LucyLovette this afternoon. That was nice. Now working with www.damiera.com on a new project that he promises will be…
‘The Carve Road’, a special new short story by Portland author Jaret Ferratusco. Possibly NSFW. Thank you: http://t.co/fqw775y #pdx #pdxlit
Faint memories of creatures fell into my wakefulness in the morning, and when I sat up they flew away again, like they always do.
Lori Carol - A Tiny Story By Jaret Ferratusco. http://t.co/QqqByt5
Its limbs descended from the night sky on the street, brushing against my cheek; its touch painful and malevolent. I felt born into beauty.
The elephant’s overturned body was large to the extent that I could excavate enough room in its dead belly for an office, with a small desk.