Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Cool interview with one of my friends that has some big news re: me innit

As you can tell from this link, it has now been officially announced that I am, and have been for a while, at work on the sequel (or rather sequels, since it'll be in two volumes) to my dear friend Win Scott Eckert's two-volume magnum opus Crossovers: A Secret Chronology of the World. These will be my first published books, so obviously I'm quite excited. Win has supported me every step of the way, offering valuable feedback and information to me, and I am flattered that he considers me good enough to follow in his footsteps. I do not intend to let him down. We don't have a definite release date for the book yet, but I will let you all know when I know something more definite. At long last, I am going to be a published writer, and I am ecstatic! Thanks to Win for all he's done for me in the years of our friendship, and especially for giving me this opportunity!

Friday, November 15, 2013

Dead Space: Liberation

Check out Heather Royston's latest review for She Never Slept, this time covering the graphic novel Dead Space: Liberation! Great work, Heather!

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Dead Space: Salvage

Here is another review by my friend Heather Royston for She Never Slept, edited by me. Great job, Heather!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Dead Space

Check out Heather Royston's review of Antony Johnston and Ben Templesmith's comic Dead Space, edited by yrs. truly. And please support She Never Slept, the great site we both work on!

Monday, October 21, 2013

The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible

I've posted a revised version of my Amazon review of this superb anthology from Moonstone Books, which has contributions by some friends of mine, on She Never Slept. Enjoy, and if you have any comments, feel free to share them!

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

New review on She Never Slept

My fellow Assistant Editor/Reviewer/Reporter Heather Royston has a new review up on She Never Slept of James P. Blaylock's novel Lord Kelvin's Machine: A Tale of Langdon St. Ives. I was lucky enough to edit this review. Please give this cool review a look!

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Another review

Check out my review of Wormwood #18! I've reviewed four issues of this awesome magazine for She Never Slept.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Wormwood Number 17

Check out my latest review of this awesome 'zine at She Never Slept!

Monday, May 13, 2013

New Review on She Never Slept

My fellow Assistant Editor and Reviewer Heather Royston has a new review on She Never Slept covering another tie-in novel for the series Supernatural, this one being John Passarella's Rite of Passage.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Yrs. Truly's Latest Review for She Never Slept

Today's subject is the awesome collection Basic Black: Tales of Appropriate Fear by Terry Dowling. Hope you cats dig it!

Saturday, March 30, 2013

My latest review

Check out my review of the 16th issue of Wormwood, following on the heels of my coverage of issue 15.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Supernatural: Fresh Meat

My fellow Assistant Editor and Reviewer Heather Royston has a new review up on She Never Slept, covering the TV tie-in novel Supernatural: Fresh Meat by Alice Henderson. Joe Bob says check it out.

Friday, March 15, 2013

My latest review for She Never Slept

Today, I'm covering the fifteenth issue of Tartarus Press' excellent magazine Wormwood: Literature of the Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. Enjoy!

Thursday, February 28, 2013

New Zoo Review

Hey all, my latest review is up on She Never Slept, this time covering Teel James Glenn's alternate reality/pulp hybrid Adventures in Otherwhen. Enjoy

Sunday, February 10, 2013

My latest review for SHE NEVER SLEPT

For some time now, I have been a reporter and reviewer for Sarah L. Covert's wonderful website She Never Slept. Recently, Sarah was gracious enough to promote me to Assistant Editor. To help increase the site's already sizable traffic, from now on I will be posting links to new reviews, articles, and other posts on here. The first is my own review of Kathryn Meyer Griffith's excellent murder mystery novel Scraps of Paper. Constructive feedback is most welcome!

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Pic o'the Day

Been a while since I posted one of these, so here's the poster for Alejandro Jodorowsky's sacrilegious, bizarre, and profound 1973 film The Holy Mountain. One of the best films by one of my all-time favorite filmmakers. "I promised you the great secret and I will not disappoint you. Is this the end of our adventure? Nothing has an end. We came in search of the secret of immortality, to be immortal like the Gods and here we are, mortals, more human than ever. If we have not obtained immortality at least we have obtained reality. We began in a fairy tale and we came to life, but is this life reality? No, it is a film. Zoom back camera. We are images, dreams, photographs. We must not stay here prisoners. We shall break the illusion. This is Maja. Goodbye to the Holy Mountain. Real life awaits us."