Tuesday, September 30, 2014
John Shirley is the author of several of my favorite novels and Collections, including Demons; Crawlers; City Come A-Walkin’; Really, Really, Really, Really, Weird Stories; and the classic cyberpunk trilogy A Song Called Youth: Eclipse, Eclipse Penumbra, and Eclipse Corona. He is the recipient of the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award and won the International Horror Guild Award for his collection Black Butterflies. Shirley has fronted punk bands and written lyrics for his own music, as well as for Blue Oyster Cult and other groups. A principal screenwriter for The Crow, Shirley now devotes most of his time to writing for television and film.
Wyatt in Wichita: A Historical Novel by John Shirley
Sunday, September 28, 2014
One of the people I miss after moving away fro Oregon is Alan Clark. I always enjoyed talking to him at Lovecraft film fest and Bizarro con. Last spring in one of my last Eugene hang outs Alan hosting myself and few friends at his house. We spent hours looking at paintings and talking horror with someone I consider a master of the dark arts. I was a super magical experience.
I Just found out what panels I am doing at Conjecture Sci-fi con in October. 5 panels... 1.The End Is Near - Will Civilization collaspe? 2.Body Count - Are We Getting Immune? 3. After Twilight, Will Vampires Ever Be Scary Again? 4.Oh Doctor, My Doctor! Doctor Who 5. GMOs and The Future of Food Details on the Con: http://www.2014.conjecture.org
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Say Anything But Your Prayers by Alan M. Clark
The Church of TV as God by Daniel Valasty
Thursday, September 11, 2014
The Ravine by William Meikle