Colin Fleming’s fiction appears in Harper's, Commentary, Virginia Quarterly Review, Salmagundi, and Boulevard, with other work running in The Atlantic, Salon, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, and JazzTimes. He is a regular guest on many radio programs, podcasts, and television outlets. His most recent book was Buried on the Beaches: Cape Stories for Hooked Hearts and Driftwood Souls, and four books are coming in the near future: an entry in Bloomsbury's 33 1/3 series on Sam Cooke's Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963; a story collection, If You [ ]: Fantasy, Fabula, Fuckery, Hope; a unique manner of novel, Chads Say What: Being a Novel Novel in Laughter for People Tired of Crying But Relieved Not to Be a Bro (and the Unification of America); a volume examining the 1951 movie Scrooge as a horror film for the ages. He maintains the voluminous Many Moments More blog on his website colinfleminglit.com, which ranges in its explorations from ballet to film to sports to literature to music to art to nature to unique workout routines in historical structures while exposing the corruption and discrimination — and plain bad writing — rampant in publishing, and documenting what it truly means to endure and grow. Sometimes there are posts on Twitter @colinfleminglit.