about me

g. martinez cabrera currently lives in San Francisco with his wife.  He holds degrees from Columbia and Harvard and has had journalism published in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Columbia Observer, and other on-line publications.  His short fiction was featured on the public radio show, Voices and has appeared in The Externalist, Verbsap. Cantarraville, The Broome Review, Drunken Boat, Segue, and Eclectica.  In July, he will be a featured reader at San Francisco’s famed reading series, Quiet Lightning.

 

He just finished his first collection of short stories called, Real Magic Doesn’t Sell (many of which can be found on this site). He blogs regularly at www.wordpress.circularrunner.com.  

When he’s not spending time with said wife or writing, he tortures young people with learning.

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3 Comments on “about me”

  1. July 31, 2011 at 8:14 am #

    Yes, fútbol is “truly international”, and it is also a lesson in futility (with so many ties and missed goals), and the fans are prone to group-think and violence–perhaps we can find a few metaphors there with the state of the world. 🙂 Seriously though, baseball is like a game of chess, strategically and thoughtfuly played out, and the average fan is so relaxed she is sitting in her seat eating hotdogs in a Zen state.

    I found your blog arbitrarily. I am glad I came across it. I like to laugh, especially when my cortex is also stimulated.

  2. December 4, 2011 at 5:10 am #

    Very intriguing blog. I’ve enjoyed reading several of the stories.

  3. January 1, 2012 at 9:48 pm #

    Great blog.

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