Editor in Chief John Patrick Robbins


                       John Patrick Robbins

Is the editor in chief of seven magazines
The Rye Whiskey Review , Under The Bleachers,  Drinkers Only , Crossroads Magazine , The Black Shamrock Magazine, Midnight Magazine , The Abyss.

Both his poetry and fiction have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

His work has been published in.

San Pedro River Review,  San Antonio Review,  As It Ought To Be Magazine,  Red Fez, Mojave River Review,  The Blue Nib, Blue Pepper, Angry Old Man Magazine,  Fearless Poetry Zine,  Spill The Words, Schlock Magazine,  The Dope Fiend Daily,  Punk Noir Magazine,  Heroin Love Songs,  Sacred Chickens,  Oddball Magazine,  The Rusty Truck,  Blognostics , Synchronized Choas , Piker Press, Rasputin , 1870 Magazine,  Horror Sleaze Trash, Record Magazine, Pyre Publishing, Romingos Porch Medusa's Kitchen,  Duanes Poe Tree.

He is the author of  seven books .
A Cold Beer Beats A Warm Heart, Smoking At The Gas Pumps , Sex Drugs & Poetry, A Perverts Christmas, Once Upon A Nervous Breakdown, If Walls Could Speak Mine Would Blush written under his pen name Frank Murphy. And the soon to be released Still Night Sessions .

All aside from If Walls Could Speak Mine Would Blush, which  is published by Syndicate Press.
Are published by Whiskey City Press.

He is also a podcaster as he hosts Off The Wagon.

The links to his books can be found below .
His work is always unfiltered.


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