The Repeaters and Vilija published in the Chicago Review issue 61:2. (4.2018)


The Farmhouse published in Vestal Review issue 51. (7.2017)


Metastasis published in Sequestrum. (12.2016)

The Heap published in Literary Orphans' July issue. (06.2016)

Rue Benoit Bunico: Night published in Serving House Books' Paris, Etc anthology. (03.2016)


Brizls finalist for the 2015 Lascaux Review Flash Fiction Prize, with printed anthology coming soon. (09.2015)

A Problem of Lighting published in issue 2.41 of Amazon Day One, with accompanying interview. (08.2015)

I Watched You Die published in issue 24 of Memorious. (07.2015)

Doris reprinted in Painted Bride Quarterly's Print Annual 7 with its own deck of playing cards. (07.2015)

Almost John published in New Lit Salon Press' Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond anthology. (05.2015)


Escape finalist in the 2014 StoryQuarterly Fiction Contest, judged by Elizabeth McCracken. (12.2014)

Doris published in issue 89 of Painted Bride Quarterly. (07.2014)

Participated in a global Blog Hop, courtesy of Jennifer Skutelsky. (05.2014)

Almost John read at the Parnassus Review's inaugural show on Mutiny Radio (story begins at 1:05:45). (03.2014)

Laurent audio recording featured in Slice Magazine's "In the Telling" podcast series by Pete Swegart. (02.2014)

Crumbs semi-finalist in the Bethlehem Writers Roundtable 2014 Short Story Award competition.


Gold written and read at December 2013's WRITE CLUB San Francisco.

Therapy published by Connu in both their mobile iPad/iPhone app and online.

Haunt read at the Bernal Yoga Literary Series.(2/1)

The Coronation Chair published in issue 48 of The Cafe Irreal.

The Coronation Chair performed by Gray and an ensemble cast at Action Fiction!'s 2013 LitCrawl edition.

The Pile published in Flash Fiction Funny anthology edited by Tom Hazuka.

Laurent published in Slice Magazine issue #13.

Washer Woman, Under the Peach Tree, and The Hum of Broken Things re-published on Phone Fiction.

The Pile read at Saturday Night Special during Oakland's Beast Crawl 2013.

Haunt performed by Gray and Anthony Villafuete at Action Fiction!.

The Many Raymond Days receives 2012 Dana Award in the Novel!

My Metastasizing Face read at Grinder.

Rue Benoit Bunico: Night performed by Gray at Action Fiction!.

The Problem of Fluid Dynamics in Bulk Cylindrical Sugar-Delivery published in The Newer York's Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature.


Panel guest for CW 510: The Short-Short Story at SFSU.

Under the Peach Tree read at New American Writing #30 release party.

Abort read at Lip Service West.

The Heap performed by Andie Grace at the 3rd Action Fiction!, read it on fiction365.

Under The Peach Tree published in 2012's New American Writing (30).

The Many Raymond Days debut novel (and MFA thesis) complete at 94k words!

New illustrations by Tyler Landry for The Many Raymond Days posted on Pinterest.

The Many Raymond Days runner-up for Clark Gross Novel Award, comments by Matthew Iribarne.

Deathless read at InsideStoryTime.

RE: Sugar performed by Caroline Scippa & Don Menn at the 2nd Action Fiction!, read it on fiction365.

Die Brizl! performed by Caroline Scippa in the premier Action Fiction!, read it on fiction365.

Stories of the Apocalypse read at Bang Out Volume XIV, read it online.

Bray posted on

Baby Alligator posted on

Chew read at Quiet Lightning, printed in Sparkle & Blink 3.5.

Chew posted on


Baby Alligator read at Lip Service West.

Chew and Die, Brizl read at Wartime Cafe's MFA Mixer.


Abort read at Quiet Lightning, printed in Sparkle & Blink 8.

Refract read at Quiet Lightning, printed in Sparkle & Blink 7.

Life of the Gallows wins Leo Litwak AWard in Transfer #98.

The Hum of Broken Things runner-up for Wilner Award for Short Fiction.


Interview about the creative process posted at Storyglossia.

The Hum of Broken Things published in Storyglossia Issue 36.

Washer Woman review by Peter Tennant.

Washer Woman published in Black Static #10.



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About the Author

Scott Lambridis' debut novel, THE MANY RAYMOND DAYS (about a scientist who discovers the end of time) received the 2012 Dana Award and is represented by Richard Florest of Robert Weisbach Creative Management. Stories of his have appeared in Slice, Painted Bride, Cafe Irreal, Flash Fiction Funny, New American Writing, and other journals. He recently completed his MFA from San Francisco State where he received the Miriam Ylvisaker Fellowship and three literary awards. Before that, he earned a degree in neurobiology, and co-founded, through which he co-hosts the Action Fiction! performance series. Email him at scott at omnibucket dot com.




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