CLICK HERE TO BUY ON AMAZON For fans of classic and iconic horror films, there is a sort of essence, or maybe a prominent image, that figures heavily into a personal connection with those films. In this collection of poems inspired by classic horror concepts, you will find a companion piece that neatly complements any … More Review: Horror Film Poems by Christoph Paul and Joel Amut Guell
My first experience with Evenson’s work was far too brief, but there is a complete story masterfully composed by an author who can tell the readers a lot without telling us anything at all. As a reader who absolutely dreads long, expository interludes, Evenson’s Last Days serves as a clinical approach for writers who want … More Review: Last Days by Brian Evenson
(I know it’s crazy for a “Literary Pedagogue” to feature a video game as the first review on a new website, but hey…) The first of two DLCs for Dark Souls III came out this week, and like many Dark Souls veterans, I couldn’t wait to rekindle my love for these games all over … More Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel Review
I had an opportunity to appear on the Bizzong! podcast with Frank Edler. We talked at length about transgressive fiction and Bizarro Pulp Press! I had an opportunity to share some wisdom I have learned over the years regarding writer’s block. Writer’s block, or any kind of artistic block, is something that nearly all artists … More Podcast Appearance at Bizzong!
GREETINGS! Welcome to the new website! I hope you like it. To get things started, I’m going to feature a flash fiction piece that placed third (or maybe second, I honestly can’t remember) in a flash fiction contest at Horror Novel Reviews back in 2013. I figure the best way to introduce a new website … More Flash Fiction-One Blade