A theater, a good theater, has just an attractive enough marquee to draw us in, and its atmosphere is both rich in character and antiquated. Like any palace, there’s a […]
For many months now, I’ve been slowly crafting another book. I’ve been writing by hand once again, so the process has been long and meditative. Check this out for a glimpse of my recent efforts, Rocket & H.I. 97 Destroy Everyone.
It’s become a regular habit of mine to write on my lunch break at the day job. Almost every weekday (aside from Wednesdays because that’s new comic book day), I […]
Over the past year, I’ve been working on a secret project with a fellow writer and a friend. Today, I’m happy to announce that Little Warrior Brother by Gabe Keith, of which I helped edit, has finally been released to the public.
For those looking for a clutter-free method on how to start collecting movies, I found an answer that works for myself, and it costs almost nothing.
If the second season of Fargo taught me anything, it’s that the nature of adaptation is about the form, not the content.
Facebook hasn’t been fun for me for about a year or more now. Though I try to bring some humor and carry a smile to my interactions with wonderful […]
During the holiday season, I find myself mulling over family photos and the gift of memories. Something happened this week that changed how I feel about taking photos for the better.
In “Failure is a Good Thing”, I discuss something I don’t often talk about in most writing circles. That first novel. Everyone’s got one, right? Here’s mine.
One of the things no one ever tells you about being the editor of a literary magazine is that before every issue, you’ll spend a great deal of time staring […]