Damien Miles-Paulson teaches slow dancing, writes and still dreams of an overseas basketball career. He is a founding member of the now disbanded experimental German noise band, Flu Shot.  He is from Olympia (WA), though he now lives in the Inland Empire where he MFAs at the University of California Riverside.  His stories, poems and sounds can be found at The Whole Beast Rag, The Washington Square Review, theNewerYork, Alice Blue Review, Marco Polo Arts Mag, Everyday GeniusPast-Ten, Axolotl and The Alarmist.  He prefers his media anti-social.


the alarmist

Stories from a Broken Pact,” The Washington Square Review #32

On Drones,” Whole Beast Rag # 6: Idol

The Contributors” and “Places to Shit During AWP Seattle” and “An Excerpt From Although I Haven’t Seen Bergman’s Scenes From A Marriage,” theNewerYork

La Mancha,” Alice Blue #23

A Year on the Beach in Afghanistan,” Marco Polo Arts Mag

May First in Mae Sot,” Everyday Genius

The Art Dealer At His Home In Seminyak,” Axolotl

The North Korean Poet At The Literary Conference,” Axolotl

Memories of Borders,” The Alarmist #5

July 26th, 2007,” Past-Ten


Stalker EP

Adentro Karen State EP

Flu Shot

theNewerYork Literary Madhouse Short Film