My top ten movies of all time

I watch a lot of obscure, independent and old movies(‘30s and ‘40s old), stuff that nobody cares about. To me, it’s like discovering buried treasure. I’ve always been like that. Still, when it comes to choosing my absolute ten favorite movies of all time, I have the most basic ‘80s kid list ever. Each of the above had a profound impact on my life, and … Continue reading My top ten movies of all time

Childish Things

A selection from Moon Garden which first appeared on Spillwords. Aunt Phyllis’s moon garden is one of my fondest and earliest childhood memories. During one of our annual week-long stays at her house in Kentucky, I waited until everyone was asleep and slipped out the open window of my cousin Michael’s old first floor bedroom with what I imagined at the time was the greatest … Continue reading Childish Things

Moon Garden: out now

I’ve just released a collection of some of my more fanciful/fantasy/scifi-lite short stories, all of which have previously appeared on this blog and elsewhere. I call it Moon Garden. Included are the following: The Scoop Childish Things Delicacies Death Mines of Mars Father Knows… Other Further Adventures And several more. Those of you who have already read these stories, stay tuned for a free day, … Continue reading Moon Garden: out now

Somebody’s gotta feel this

Back in the (very) early 2000’s, I read an interview with Kid Rock in Spin Magazine. He was talking about the success of his 1998 breakout album “Devil Without a Cause,” and how he’d approached writing the lyrics to that album with the mindset that he was already a multi-platinum megastar, even though he’d only enjoyed moderate regional/underground success up to that point. Throughout the … Continue reading Somebody’s gotta feel this

EFFUGIUM now available for purchase

Eccentric tech mogul and cult leader Richard Kryuss has developed a system of storing and transmitting data organically, connected by trees containing within their DNA the entirety of recorded human knowledge. Could his Terrestrially Regenerative Enhanced Extranet, or T.R.E.E., be a boon to mankind, or will it spell doom for the human race? Spanning over 200,000 years of post-Earth human history, Effugium repeatedly defies the … Continue reading EFFUGIUM now available for purchase