In EASTER RABBIT, Joseph Young channels William Blake with sharp sentences making epics from mundane details.
Joseph lives and writes in Baltimore, MD. His microfiction work has recently appeared in Lamination Colony, FRiGG, and wigleaf and is forthcoming in Caketrain and Grey Sparrow. Past publications include Mississippi Review Online, Exquisite Corpse, and Smokelong. He has written on art for a variety of magazines and newspapers, and some of this writing can be found on Baltimore Interview.
He is fond of collaboration and has created art exhibitions in concert with visual artists such as Christine Sajecki and Magnolia Laurie.