About Me

 Thanks for coming to my site.  Maybe you’ll read some of my writing here or download for reading at a later date.

Many of my flash fiction stories are 1,000 words or less, so they can be read while on a break, waiting in line, etc, etc.

Please comment on any stories you like or dislike. Thank you.

Joe DiBuduo


Twisted Mind, Twisted Stories – Volume One (Weekend Reads) by Joe DiBuduo and Fiona Gatt (Aug 15, 2013)

Joe DiBuduo’s Amazon Page

Joe DiBuduo is the author of a nonfiction book, A Penis Manologue, and two volumes of poetry, His short fiction and poetry also appears in anthologies, online journals, and recently in a publication called, “Weekend Reads.”

He’s also an artist and was featured in the local newspapers.




His work-in-progress More about Joe DiBuduo

6 Responses to About Me

  1. Vicky Young says:

    I’ve been a peer-writer with Joe for years – so glad to see his work in this blog and know that the publication of his memoir is around the corner.

  2. patriciaacox says:

    Joe – I couldn’t get the “follow me” link to work. Trish Cox

    • JoeDibuduo says:

      I’m sorry Trish. The button wasn’t installed right. I’m having it repaired and will let you know when it is.

  3. Mark Arlia says:

    Re: Recruiting for GCCAZ Creativity and Personality Traits Study (IRB Approved as Protocol # 2015-10-461)

    Hello Joe:

    My name is Mark Arlia, I am a psychology student at Glendale Community College, AZ, who is currently conducting a psychological study on creativity and personality traits (IRB Approved as Protocol # 2015-10-461). I also happen to be an artist: a singer/songwriter, photographer, and poet (www.markarlia.com).

    Your participation in this study, and any other fellow artists who may be interested (painters, sculptors, multi-media, photographers, poets, fictions-writers, etc.), would be greatly appreciated by me, the researcher, and by the supervisor of my study, Dr. Lesley Schimanski (http://www2.gccaz.edu/directory/lesley-schimanski), and is vital to the success of our study.

    Most important, I sincerely encourage people like you and all artists, from different backgrounds and perspectives in creativity, to participate in my study. To this end, your participation will ensure a rich and better understanding of the elaborate, detailed, and marvelous issues of creativity. We also do anticipate that your personal experience as a participant will be both interesting and fun for you.

    Our IRB-Approved study, and an explanation of all the details and confidentiality of each participant, may be accessed via this link: http://goo.gl/forms/r1etI3ddkM. And, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me, Mark Arlia, at 623-680-6327 or mar2259035@maricopa.edu.

    Note: The online questionnaire must be completed by Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

    Thank you so much for your time and consideration!

    Sincerely, Mark Arlia

  4. Joe says:

    Hi Joe…This is the publisher of Jerry Jazz Musician….Would like to include you in a feature I am publishing this spring. Please send me an email at your convenience? Thanks. JJM

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