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Available now: PROS AND (COMIC) CONS

I have a piece in the new anthology PROS AND (COMIC) CONS from Dark Horse Comics and Bedside Press. My lil essay “A Lonely Place of Trying” delivers a stream of consciousness look at the mind of a writer (me) … Continue reading

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The gift of gab is the gift that I have – SciFi Saturday Night podcast

I was a guest on the podcast SciFi Saturday Night! I talk with host Dome about my “career,” if you can call it that. A strange but I think enjoyable experience. I think. Anyways, listen to me drone on and … Continue reading

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So I have a piece in “Pros and (Comic) Cons” from Dark Horse Comics!

  So. See that cover? See those names? Brian Michael Bendis. Kieron Gillen. Jim Zub. Amy Chu. And more! That’s me. I’m the “and more!” !!! I’m very excited to announce that I have an essay/prose piece in this tremendous … Continue reading

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Famous Monsters of Filmland 290

I have two feature articles in this year’s edition of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND magazine! It’s a huge honor to contribute to this legendary magazine. I covered John Carpenter’s incendiary THEY LIVE for its 30th anniversary (spoiler alert- it’s as … Continue reading

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Trainspotting and the Ghost of ‘Sally’

I’ll call her ‘Sally’ out of respect for the dead. We worked together at McDonald’s, the last refuge of scoundrels and lower-middle class ambitions. Fitchburg, Mass. long had strong undercurrents of vice coursing through it. Heroin was no different. In … Continue reading

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