Another work of staggering, artistic brilliance…

Sasquatch Rides a Harley
It’s true. Sasquatch Rides a Harley is now available. These stories have been known to make the angels weep.
Well, maybe it wasn’t the stories so much as the savage pummeling with a Wiffle bat. Regardless, I’ve published a new collection of stories on the Amazon kindle store, and these are even better than the last batch.

Check it out HERE or by clicking on the awesome image illustrated by Edmund Dansart above.

Bonus Content: Dan O’Bannon’s Guide to Screenplay Structure


In this special bonus episode, I’m joined by Diane O’Bannon and Matt Lohr to discuss the upcoming book, Dan O’Bannon’s Guide to Screenplay Structure.

Click on the cover or the title above to tune in for a discussion of the craft of screenwriting.

The book is available for preorder HERE.

Guest Spot on The Info Zombie Podcast!

Hey, everyone.  Carl Boehm of The Info Zombie invited me to talk about John Carpenter’s Halloween and the challenges of horror literature.

CLICK HERE or on the graphic above to check it out.

Interview with The Info Zombie

For the benefit of those who don’t follow the Facebook and Twitter feeds, HERE is  a link to my interview with Carl Boehm over at The Info Zombie.  The subject is the craft of writing, as well as my first collection of short stories, Porn Gnomes and Other Strange Tales.

A work of staggering, artistic brilliance…

Well, maybe not.  But I wrote a book.  It’s a collection of short stories, and it’s available now on Amazon in the Kindle Store.

Click HERE or on the cover below to check it out.

Special thanks go out to Edmund Dansart for his awesome cover art.  Thanks, Ed!

Bonus Content: Catch-22


While I’m working on editing this week’s GME episode proper, have a little bonus content to tide you over.  Once again I make a guest appearance on Jon Brescia’s book club podcast, this time talking about Joseph Heller’s classic novel of war and paranoia, Catch-22.  Click on the book cover or title above to download the discussion.

Bonus Content: Foucault’s Pendulum

I’m busy this week with homework and magazine deadlines, so instead of a normal GME! episode, I’m posting a link to my guest appearance on Jon Brescia’s book club podcast, in which Jon and I discussed Umberto Eco’s deconstructionist conspiracy theory novel, Foucault’s Pendulum.  As usual, spoilers abound.  Click on the book cover or title above to download the podcast.