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Isaac Boone Davis

art by Robinson Accola

Isaac Boone Davis earned his bad boy literary credentials the old fashioned way. Either in a knife fight that occurred in his own imagination or by calling Jay McInerney a trust fund baby man enough times to earn himself a restraining order (enough times being precisely once). His second ever published story, “I Don’t Know Who Used to Live Here, but No One Lives Here Now,” was published in 2012 by Smokelong Quarterly.  His journalism and fiction can be found or is forthcoming….in a lot of places. A few you may have heard of, most you definitely haven’t.  If you’d like to know more feel free to write him at isaacboonedavis@gmail.com  He’s suspiciously friendly.


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The SmokeLong Quarterly Comedy Prize 2021!

This competition is no longer accepting entries. Watch for the long list coming soon! The four winners of the competition will be featured in Issue 74 of SmokeLong Quarterly coming out near the end of December.