Christopher D. DiCicco was born in Pennsylvania during the winter of 1981. He lives by a canal and writes fiction in his attic. His work has appeared in such places as Atticus Review, Superstition Review, WhiskeyPaper, Bartleby Snopes, and Gone Lawn.
Featuring 11 never-before-seen stories, So My Mother, She Lives in the Clouds propels DiCicco into the spotlight as the next major voice in indie fiction.
Hypertrophic Press is a small indie publisher based in Huntsville, Alabama. Their goal is to publish passion and pieces that make the reader feel something: elation, fear, desperation - whatever.