Giersbach, Walt

Walt GiersbachWalt Giersbach’s fiction has appeared in Bewildering Stories, Big Pulp, Connotation Press, Corner Club Press, Every Day Fiction, Gumshoe Review, Infective Ink, Liquid Imagination, OG Short Fiction, Over My Dead Body, Pif Magazine, Pulp Modern, Pure Slush, r.k.v.r.y, the Story Shack, Short-Story.Me, and a dozen other publications.  He also writes on military history and social phenomena.  Two volumes of short stories, Cruising the Green of Second Avenue, are available at Barnes & Noble and other online booksellers.  He has directed communications for Fortune 500 companies, publicized the Connecticut Film Festival, managed publicity and programs for Western Connecticut State University’s Haas Library, and now moderates a writing group in New Jersey.

CommuterLit posts:

“The Bird Who Flew Down from Canada”

“Goodbye and Thanks, Lucille”

“Until Next Time”

“Moving Violations”

“Waiting for the Snow to Fall”

“Losing It at the Border”

“Crows Stole My Heart”

“Double Identity”

“The Queen Who Was Late for the Prom”

“For Russet, with Love and Bicycle Bells”

“Tell the Dog to Walk Himself”

“What Once Was Found and Now Is Lost”

“Small Life in a Big City”

“Carnival’s Last Show”

“Losing your Way, From Stockbridge to Afganistan”

“Yesterday’s Bridge for Tomorrow”

“Louise from the Bar”

“Escape from the Urban Legion”

“Blame the DMV’

“Does Mom Have to Go?”

“There’s a Croc in my Backyard”

“Million-dollar Find”

“Under the Worm Moon”