Hi – this is a page to keep track of work published and other projects. I’m going to divide my work up into written and other.
Sherwood Nation: Forthcoming in 2014
The Voyage: (underway!) co-written with David Naimon
(+1 more secret project)
The Colts, forthcoming in the anthology The Long Hidden
The Ant Singer, Read it now on: Bourbon Penn
Los Pepenadores, anthologized in Cyberpunk: Stories of Hardware, Software, Wetware, Revolution and Evolution by Underland Press
Bear and Shifty, Lightspeed Magazine
Launch Night at Dante’s Ad Agency (Reading Local)
Hamlet published by Bellevue Literary Review
Birds published by Strange Horizons
The Coder published in Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet #21
Couch excerpt published in Eleven Eleven
I did a live performance of a story written for the Hugo House in Seattle which included some server technology and text-messaging. It’s possible it’ll go up on their site at some point. For fun, let’s try a link to a search on ‘Parzybok’.
I have a very short essay and photographs on Brazilian Graffiti in Superficial Flesh. There’s also an interview with me in the same issue.
There are a few poems out there in the wild, too, though I haven’t written poetry actively since pretty much the start of Gumball Poetry in 1999.
Event/Ominous organization: Black Magic Insurance Agency – which puts on the Alternate Reality Game / one-night performance piece called ‘Operation Peachblow’. Co-conspirators: David Cain, Prashant Gandhi, Thane Stumbaugh, Andy Hockersmith, Laura Moulton)
Short film:Levin’s Bicycle (along with my occasional co-conspirator, Levin Schersvanaskitty and James Moulton)
Activist Project: Project Hamad (no longer actively maintained) (along with David Naimon, Laura Moulton)
Web thing: The Psychic Book Project (no longer actively maintained) (along with Laura Moulton)
Web thing: Message in a bottle (not really maintained) (along with Noah Magram)
Web thing: Datablob – the world’s nonsense exchange (defunct) link to Wayback machine archive
Web thing: I founded Walker Tracker, and work there still.
In case you’re curious, there’s a Wikipedia page on me at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Parzybok