My year of tracking and chronicling every movie I subject myself to has come and gone, and here are the results. It was a fun experiment, and I plan on continuing.
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.
Over the past month, I’ve been consumed by this game called Pac-Man 256. Essentially, it’s one never-ending Pac-Man level with enhanced, upgradeable power-ups for battling ghosts and making your way […]
“Shall sins go unpunished? Crimes justified into toleration? Victims, forgotten? This mad universe would say… yes. I disrespectfully disagree. Rage brings balance to the cosmos. Without the Red Lanterns, creation […]
Dear Orphans & Orphanettes, On May 27, 2012, the first issue of Literary Orphans was published. Under the dedicated leadership of Mike Joyce, a digital magazine that valued art just […]
I’ve had “I Love It” by Icona Pop stuck in my head for most of this week, which is a clear indicator that it’s summer. Why? Because it just sounds like […]
With the impending nuptials coming up (in just over a week) and everything else I’m doing at the Literary Orphans fun factory, I haven’t had time to sit down and […]
It’s been busy over this holiday season. With the workload hitting me heavy, reviews needing writing, editing jobs to finish and finding time to scrounge up some creative writing of my […]
I saw SPECTRE with my brother over the weekend, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Before the film, however, the new trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens played. It […]
The Chap Book was born out of a joke at last year’s AWP in Seattle. It was my first time attending the literature convention, and it was my first time […]