Follow Me Through in With: New Gay Fiction

My story, Follow Me Through, along with several other stories, will be published in With: New Gay Fiction on December 2, 2013. With: New Gay Fiction, along with its poetry companion, Between: New Gay Poetry, are the first original anthologies published by Chelsea Station Editions. These anthologies have been assembled and published without the help of any […]

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Lambda Literary Q&A for The Narrows, Miles Deep

I was so pleased to be interviewed by Karen Schechner, Senior Indie Editor for Kirkus Reviews for the Lambda Literary Website. I thank her profusely for including me in her new series of interviews on self-published writers. Click here for the interview: http://www.lambdaliterary.org/features/06/26/qa-with-self-published-writer-tom-schabarum/ The Narrows, Miles Deep was first selected by Felice Picano for LLF’s 2011 […]

Feedback and Kindred Spirits

The very best thing about putting your work out into the world is hearing from people who’ve read it and have had some kinship with your words and imagery. It is so amazing to receive a random email from someone who recounts why their experience with your work moved them and they give you insight […]

Microsoft’s New Windows 8 Nook Application

My friend, Paul, shared with me the new look for Windows 8’s Nook Application. If you have read The Palisades or Airstreaming on Nook, please go and rate it. Only rate it as you feel it deserves, though. I love the look of the new application for the synopsis and showcasing the other books by […]

Airstream Ranch, Florida

As I tell people about my book all over the country, I get a lot of great feedback on places to go. This was no different when John and I were down in Florida near New Port Richey celebrating his mom’s 90th birthday with his family. One of his friends mentioned Airstream Ranch, which is […]

Tom Schabarum on BookReads Radio

Tom Schabarum on BookReads Radio Here is an interview done shortly after I published Airstreaming on Book Reads Blogtalk radio in which the host, TK McEachin compares the writing to that of John Steinbeck, which left me momentarily speechless. Enjoy. It was a great opportunity and wonderful experience.