Monday, December 15, 2014

Friday, December 5, 2014

Tales of the Shadowmen Vol 11: Force Majeure Available Now!

            Another December is upon us, another year draws to a close, and we all know what that means... another volume of the annual Tales of the Shadowmen anthology series! It has been one of the great pleasures of my life to go from reader to contributor to the "only anthology dedicated to international heroes and villains of pulp literature," and I'm proud to announce that I have another tale in this most recent volume, Force Majeure. My story for this go-round is entitled "The Darkness in the Woods," and it sees the Count Cagliostro himself, Dr. Joseph Balsamo traveling to 1766 New Orleans at the behest of the Freemasons to deal with a spate of strange Native American murders. Dr. Syn and Nathan Slaughter from Robert Montgomery Bird's Nick of the Woods make an appearance as well, and eagle-eyed fans of HBO's True Detective will also want to pay very close attention - the Devil's in the details, as they say! Plus, you also get seventeen more stories of Wold Newtonian goodness from the talented TOTS regulars, starring the Nyctalope, Judex, Arsene Lupin and the rest.

            So do yourself a favor and hit up the link below or order straight from Black Coat Press themselves (who currently have a 40% off sale when you order six titles or more - an ideal way to catch up on your Shadowmen reading) to pick up your copy today.

            Thanks a bunch! 


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Pick Up Your Copy of Cranial Leakage, Vol 1 TODAY!

              Cranial Leakage: Tales from the Grinning Skull, Volume 1, which contains my story "Shadow-Mancer" is now available on Kindle and Kobo e-readers from Grinning Skull Press, with NOOK and print editions forthcoming (EDIT: they're actually available now - here and here!). The story itself is a fun little bit of dark business; the idea of which came to me when I accidentally referred to William Gibson instead of Walter Gibson when discussing The Shadow. From there I thought, "Well, just what would The Shadow written by William Gibson be like?," and I was off to the races. I haven't gotten a chance to read any of the other stories in this volume (24 in all!), but considering the supremely talented authors involved, I'm sure they're chock-full of twisted, horror-y goodness. I can't wait to dive in and read them for myself.

             Hop on over to the links above or below to get your copy today!

100 Bullets Reread, Vol. 8: The Hard Way

            Vol 8…

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

100 Bullets Reread, Vol 1: First Shot, Last Call

            Join us here each Wednesday as I review Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso’s graphic masterpiece…

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Read My Story, "The Gluten-Free Man" at The Writer's Arena!

    I've had the great honor of being selected to participate in The Writer's Arena, a weekly story competition where two writers must each draft a short story based upon a given prompt. At the end of the week, the stories are judged by a panel and voted upon by the readers. The prompt this week was the rather unforgiving theme of "dessert," and today my story "The Gluten-Free Man" is available to be read by all, as is that of my competitor, the lovely and talented Hannah-Elizabeth Thompson's "Pillow." We were only given ten days to write a story based off the prompt, and I must say, it was quite a good bit of fun. I'll certainly never look at dessert the same way again.

    So go ahead and click on over to The Writer's Arena to read both stories, and don't forget to vote for your favorite!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Monday, February 3, 2014

Song-A-Day: Immigrant Song

    "Immigrant Song" cover by Karen O, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Remember that awesome trailer for Fincher's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo? That was way better than the actual movie.

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