We are happy to announce that John Proctor has agreed to let us share a series of his Sneaky Feels. For the week leading up to Halloween, we'll have daily postings starting October 24th.
What exactly are Sneaky Feels? We'll let John explain:
They're non-fiction. They're micro. It'll only take seconds to read them, but you'll think about them far longer than that. We're excited about offering something new, different on the site. Watch for them!
BIO: John Proctor lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife, two daughters, and Chihuahua. An active reader on the New York City open mike scene, he’s written memoir, fiction, poetry, criticism, and just about everything in the space between them. His work has been published in Assay Journal of Nonfiction Studies, Atlas & Alice, The Weeklings, Essay Daily, The Normal School, The Austin Review, DIAGRAM, Superstition Review, Underwater New York, Defunct, New Madrid, Numero Cinq, McSweeney’s, Trouser Press, and New York Cool, and is forthcoming in an international anthology of microfiction. His essay “The Question of Influence” was a recent Notable selection in The Best American Essays 2015, and his essay “The A-Rod of Ballhawking” was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart. He teaches academic writing, media studies, and communication theory at Manhattanville College. You can find him and more Sneaky Feels online at NotThatJohnProctor.com/.