The trailer for Red Plague is up here at the Facebook page! Laugh, cry, barf, see the camera add 15 to 40 pounds!
So, a while back I mentioned a movie called Red Plague that I had a shameful hand in writing part of and appearing in. Well, it’s just about time for the trailer to finally see the light of day! Unfortunately, our megalomaniacal director is holding it hostage until he gets 100 likes on the movie’s […]
I have another poem up today at this quarter’s issue of Sein Und Werden. You can see it here! Sein Und Werden’s theme this time around is “Exquisite Corpse,” and from the looks of it this issue’s contributors have fully mined that fertile vein. My own poem is from an ongoing project of mine called […]
“What’s the moral of the story? Well, when it comes to making a movie, it takes a village. “A village full of perverts, blowhards, drunks, floozies, violence, death, over-crowding, budget cuts. “A village full of jerks and idiots, each and every one doing their level best to corrupt and twist your vision until one night […]
Exciting and unbeknownst to me, I have another poem published in Issue 10 of the great journal Curio Poetry. You can find my poem “Keen Observations of a Flake of Obsidian in the Anthropology Lab” here. The title might be almost as long as the poem itself. Curio’s aim is to find poetry of the […]
I have another poem published over at [Shadow Road Quarterly]! It’s called ‘The Life-Sized, Horizontal” and it’s a villanelle. When you think of villanelles, you probably think of Dylan Thomas’s “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night” (almost certainly the most famous villanelle ever), but my personal favorite is [“Elephants” by Jack Gilbert.”] Villanelles […]
So, it only took submitting the oems to 3 different markets and getting rejected over 30 times (total), but my first poems have been published online at [here at Danse Macabre] Its a great feeling, and getting that acceptance (back a few weeks ago) really inspired me to keep going. Nothing feels better than an […]