Matthew J. Pallamary's historical
novel of first contact between shamans and Jesuits in 18th century
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Dave Idemoto's photography (2nd Saturday photos)
Meg Seidel / Weirdos of Austin (various nights)
Damian Shillaci / Cherry Static Photography (closing night)
Damian Shillaci / Cherry Static Photography (opening night)
Thomas Fang Photography (final rehearsal night photos)
Lobo Sucio Photography (First Sunday Matinee)
Joel Loeschman Photography (cast shots, first round)
His latest book, The Infinity Zone: A Transcendent Approach to Peak Performance is a collaboration with professional tennis coach Paul Mayberry which offers a fascinating exploration of the phenomenon that occurs at the nexus of perfect form and motion, bringing balance, power, and coordination to physical and mental activities.
Matt’s work has appeared in Oui, New Dimensions, The Iconoclast, Starbright, Infinity, Passport, The Short Story Digest, Redcat, The San Diego Writer's Monthly, Connotations, Phantasm, Essentially You, The Haven Journal, and many others. His fiction has been featured in The San Diego Union Tribune which he has also reviewed books for, and his work has been heard on KPBS-FM in San Diego, KUCI FM in Irvine, television Channel Three in Santa Barbara, and The Susan Cameron Block Show in Vancouver. He has been a guest on the following nationally syndicated talk shows; Paul Rodriguez, In The Light with Michelle Whitedove, and Environmental Directions Radio series. Mr. Pallamary has also appeared on the following nationally syndicated television shows speaking about fading cultures; Bridging Heaven and Earth, Elyssa's Raw and Wild Food Show, Things That Matter, and ECONEWS.
His first book The Small Dark Room Of The Soul is in its second printing and has been e-published by Alexandria Digital Literature. It has also been mentioned in The Year's Best Horror and Fantasy. His second short story collection, A Short Walk To The Other Side, was published as an e-book, by Mystic-Ink, an imprint of the Digital Literature Institute. Dreamland a novel about computer generated dreaming, written with Ken Reeth was also published as an e-book by Mystic-Ink and won the 2002 Independent e-Book Award in the Horror/Thriller category.
He has taught a fiction workshop at the Southern California
Writers' Conference in
Matt also received the Man of the Year 2000 from San Diego
Writer's Monthly Magazine. His memoir Spirit Matters detailing his