Evening, y’all, I hope Friday finds you well and ready for the weekend. I’m spending a few days out in the Rockies doing a little hiking with my head in the clouds. I got to check out the Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s The Shining & hike up to the top of Deer Mountain with … Continue reading American Cults: An Interview with A.S. Coomer in Entropy
Morning, y’all, Listened to any good audiobooks lately? I have. Riley Sager’s Final Girls & Val McDermid’s Forensics were two recent books I listened to while running. If you need something subversive and dark for your earholes, The Fetishists, as narrated by Sean Duregger, is available on Audible now. It’s five hours and eight minutes … Continue reading The Fetishists Audiobook Is Out Now On Audible
Morning, y’all, My new novel, The Devil’s Gospel, is out today. It’s a thriller set in the rolling hills of Kentucky. The novel delves into wayward parental expectations, religious fanaticism, endemic plants, and more! There’s even an orangumantis (what you get when you cross an orangutan and a praying mantis). From the back cover: Biology Professor … Continue reading The Devil’s Gospel Out Now!
Morning, y’all. As most of you know, I’m a full-time writer and musician. What little money I earn, I earn from Art (capital A, mother truckers). I’m particularly interested in book publishing and the world of indie publishing. So, I’ve got the green light from the mighty Red Fez (thanks to Chris Lambert for the go-ahead) … Continue reading Publisher Interviews #1—Burning Willow Press—Out Now in Red Fez
Good morning, y’all! Hope you’re staying warm out there. That polar vortex is the pits. I had boogers freeze in my nose last night. Not one of my favorite sensations. Anyway, I had the pleasure of talking about writing with Joe Bielecki for his excellent podcast: Writing the Rapids. We talk about Shining the Light, The … Continue reading Writing the Rapids Podcast Interview & Reading
Afternoon, Hope you’re all safely recovering from yet another holiday season. Hopefully you got to see your loved ones and tell them how much you love & appreciate them. Maybe you even got to give a gift or two. I gave my brother a cowbell & I received a tenor banjo–God help our poor wives’ … Continue reading Ten New Poems in Masks Still Aren’t Enough
Sick of buying stuff for others yet? Why not get yourself a little something? How about a little poetry? Signed copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems, my first full-length collection of poetry, are available directly from me here: The book is 86 pages long, perfectly-bound and contains sixty poems, including the Thelma Prize … Continue reading Signed Copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Available Now