Thomas Israel Hopkins, keeper of the famous Mimeograph 2.0 Paradigm, now has three new stories out in journals: “Elephants of the Platte” in Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet Issue No. 25, “The Man in The Moon Is A Lawyer” in the Indiana Review’s Issue #31.2, Winter 2009, and “Sleepwalking,” in Quick Fiction’s Issue #16””which has, on its cover, an illustration of a small boy, brown haired & brown eyed just like the author’s son, wearing a stripey shirt (as said boy often is), and performing one of that child’s favorite activities: drawing a turtle. Can this be a coincidence? Well, I suppose it can. But I’m still quite proud.