I need a throne of skulls. It’s that obvious. How is a man of my temperament supposed to operate in this day and age without a throne of skulls? It’s ridiculous to think that I could be the successful freelance writer that I am… Continue Reading “I Need a Throne of Skulls”
Category: March of the Autumn People, Satire, Parody, and Other Things I Use IncorrectlyTags: barack obama, Charlaine Harris, christmas, Chuck Palahniuk, donald trump, ergonomic, George RR Martin, H.P. Lovecraft, John Skipp, kia, Neil Gaiman, shapeshifters, throne of skulls, warren buffett, werewolves
The 2011 Bram Stoker Awards were held recently by the Horror Writers Association. Several close friends of mine won awards and I just wanted to take a moment to congratulate them. Here is a list of winners from the HWA’s site (www.horror.org): HWA Announces… Continue Reading “The 2011 Bram Stoker Awards”
Category: March of the Autumn People, Writing and Other Violent CrimesTags: a dark matter, angel leigh mccoy, benjamin kane ethridge, black and orange, bram stoker, bram stoker awards, bruce boston, castle of los angeles, Charlaine Harris, Chuck Palahniuk, dark matters, dark regions press, ellen datlow, full dark no stars, gary a. braunbeck, George RR Martin, H.P. Lovecraft, haunted legends, horror, horror writers association, invisible fences, Joe R. Lansdale, John Skipp, lisa morton, michael colangelo, Neil Gaiman, nick mamatas, norman prentiss, peter straub, richard laymon, simon and schuster, Stephen King, the folding man, to each their darkness, werewolves
I work for David Lynch. Like faith in God or the existence of UFO’s, I believe this to be true despite the lack of any evidence. Let me describe my work week to you.
Category: Satire, Parody, and Other Things I Use IncorrectlyTags: American Pie, Anthony Robbins, Britney Spears, Charlaine Harris, Chuck Palahniuk, David Lynch, Don McClean, George RR Martin, Go-Gurt, H.P. Lovecraft, Hitler, Indonesia, Joe R. Lansdale, John Skipp, Jon Bon Jovi, Neil Gaiman, Peter Cetera, Richard Marx, sex tape, Tony Robbins, Twin Peaks, werewolves