Shane Roeschlein is a writer, father, package fetishist and riot enthusiast living in San Diego, CA.
His texts have appeared in noisey.com, Journal of Experimental Fiction, Pacific Review, beuyscouts.com and Fiction International as well as mightymercury.com, themusicedge.com, punknews.org, sandiegopunk.com, and in CU Denver’s The Advocate.
He is the writer and creator of the graphic series, Caustic Soda – A Year Future Narco Romance.
In the high school year book he was voted least likely to own and operate a fast food franchise and most likely to be fired from one.
Read his latest, “Approved Combat Narrative” now available in Fiction International Real Time/Virtual issue 46 http://amzn.to/1i4DUEM
“Opting Out” was nominated for the 2014 Ellen Gilchrist award through China Grove press. It appears in their premiere issue #1, available at http://www.chinagrovepress.com/china-grove-a-literary-journal/
He was nominated for the 2012 Pushcart Prize in Fiction for the short fiction piece, “Genesis.”
Pick up a copy of Pac Review and find the nano-fiction piece “Fragments of Disruptive Movement” http://amzn.to/mwCUV4
Support Fiction International, especially their latest issue, About Seeing, which features “Genesis” http://amzn.to/XoMaqF
Does It Explode is Shane’s latest musical endeavor.
Listen to “In Stunts” and “Pink Crosses” at http://doesitexplode.bandcamp.com/