Jude's writing has appeared in The Clackamas Literary Review, Scintilla, and Cultured Vultures. His nonfiction short, 2012, 2016, 2017 was a finalist in the 2017 Montana Book Festival.
Jude also hosts a literary "radio theatre" podcast, Storytellers Telling Stories. Available now on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and any podcast app. New episodes drop every Tuesday.
Listen to Storytellers Telling Stories here
Jude finished two books recently. They're not published.
Write him if you want to read those books. Especially if you're someone who likes to publish stories. email@example.com
Links to his works are below:
Three chapters from his recent unpublished book were chosen as a finalist in the 2017 Emerging Writers Contest: Montana Book Festival - "2012, 2016, 2017"
Another chapter from his recent unpublished book was published here: The Clackamas Literary Review 20th Anniversary - "JOB #18"
A chapter from his other unpublished book was published here: Scintilla Magazine - "The Has Been, The Dancer, The Invader"
Before he was Jude Brewer, he was Jared John Smith and his novel Rabbit was published in 2014 with Pink Fish Press. Some copies can be found floating around Amazon and random bookstores for absurd prices since the book is out of print and the publisher relinquished all book rights. Rabbit is without a home. Jared's writing appeared in Nailed Magazine, Triggerfish Critical Review, and War Stories: Anthology 2015.
Read some of Jared's writing here: Nailed Magazine - "Panic Attacks"
The novel Rabbit can be ordered at a bookstore. Or found online here: Rabbit (a novel?) by Jared John Smith
What's with the new name?
“He allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.”
--Love in the Time of Cholera, Gabriel García Márquez
Where can I hear Jude read?
He performs monthly at various theaters, readings, and open mics. Lately, he's been writing more and hosting the podcast. He recently read at Burnt Tongue in Portland, and you may watch it at the link below:
Burnt Tongue 20 in Portland, OR