Eric Chandler is the author of Kekekabic (Finishing Line Press, 2022) and Hugging This Rock (Middle West Press, 2017). His writing has appeared in Northern Wilds, Grey Sparrow Journal, The Talking Stick, Sleet Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, Line of Advance, Collateral, The Deadly Writers Patrol, PANK, The Wrath-Bearing Tree, Consequence Magazine, and Columbia Journal. Chandler was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2014 for creative nonfiction. He’s a three-time winner of the Col. Darron L. Wright Award for poetry. Chandler is also a US Air Force veteran of both the active duty and the Minnesota Air National Guard. He flew 145 combat missions and over 3000 hours in the F-16. He’s happiest when he’s on a trail in Duluth with his wife, two children, and faithful dog, Leo.

Connect with Eric Online:

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/ericchandler

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00FH9TJ10

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eric.chandler.16

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShmoF16

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shmof16/

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shmochandler/

Kekekabic Author Photo

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  2. Hey Shmo, the one about everyone expressing gratitude….good shit. Keep at it, brother.

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  3. John Hinners says:

    Regarding your nice narrative in the Korkki newsletter, I don’t just remember grundvalla, I have a can in my garage and still burn it into my beautiful Bonna wooden skis with Lignastone edges that I use exclusively! Don’t cotton to that fancy new stuff. No heart.
    Love Korkki!

    • Thanks, John! I still love classic style and made sure my kids do it right. I think my old Madshus Birkebeiners are in a cabin somewhere in Maine. We should make a “Got Grundvalla?” t-shirt. Korkki Rules!

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  6. Gerry Ostern says:

    Shmo, I looked you up in the Birkie results this morning…nice job! Slick

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