Tag Archives: A. L. Kaplan

Star Touched Book Signing January 6th

Didn’t get your copy of Star Touched yet? Start 2018 right. Come meet me on January 6, 2017 at the Barnes & Noble in Gaithersburg, Maryland. You can pick up a signed copy of Star Touched and enter for a … Continue reading

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Farewell 2017 – Welcome 2018

The release of Star Touched made 2017 an exciting year. Fifi and I made the rounds, from the Baltimore book Festival in Maryland, readings in Annapolis, MD, signings in Florida, Pennsylvania, and San Antonio, Texas.          Here … Continue reading

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In a Cat’s Eye is now Available

In a cat’s eye, all things belong to cats. ~ English Proverb Egyptian cats. Victorian cats. Space Cats. Cat stories in pre-history Mexico, grim magical worlds, during the zombie apocalypse, and a typical neighborhood give a glimpse into the mysterious … Continue reading

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A. L. Kaplan Wins Flash Fiction Challenge

A. L. Kaplan is the Readers’ Choice in this week’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Challenge. The winning entry is decided by the popular vote. This week, the Reader’s Choice winner is also the editors’ pick, so congratulations – Ms. Kaplan’s … Continue reading

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YOUNG ADVENTURERS: Heroes, Explorers & Swashbucklers

Available in book stores on December 1. A wonderful collection of stories by eighteen talented authors. Living in a post-pandemic world isn’t easy, especially if you can’t remember your past. Sixteen year old Kara returns to the human world after … Continue reading

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FUTURE SHOCK

“Congratulations, Mr. Baker. You’re officially cancer free. Welcome to the year 3015.” I grabbed the doctor’s hand and pumped it up and down. Not bad for a recently thawed popsicle. My billion dollar investment to cheat death paid off. Now … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS COMES IN CLUSTERS

It seems that good news comes in happy little clusters. My poem, “Midnight Dance,” won honorable mention the Balticon 49 poetry contest and was published in this year’s BSFAN magazine. I had the pleasure of reading my poem at this … Continue reading

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