Just catching up with Betty Rocksteady, the two-punch Gatling gun of artistic creation about what happens when her passions for illustrating and writing collide… -Austin James http://www.bettyrocksteady.com Follow Betty Rocksteady on Facebook and Twitter “I wouldn’t ever want a dog, I just don’t really get them, and they don’t get me. They’re extroverts.” -Betty Rocksteady Austin
Month: June 2018
Having been a fan of her work ever since the first time I experienced it, I caught up with Dani Brown, “The Queen of Filth”, to scour her brain about her huge library of published works (links galore to follow!), as well as her newest release, Ketamine Addicted Pandas. In addition, we ended up discussing
As promised, after nearly a month of inactivity, Silent Motorist Media is back! We’re picking up right where we left off, and we’d like to announce a few changes to our program. To begin, we have a new staff writer. Austin James, author of “Profixer” and the recently-released collection, The Drip Drop Prophet, is joining
Greetings beloved SMM readers! We’re briefly interrupting our soon-to-be-ending hiatus to announce that Esoteric Sausage and Other Malformations, the debut fiction collection Justin A. Burnett, is currently free for Kindle. Grab your copy while you can, if you haven’t already. Signed and personalized paperback copies are also still available for $11.00. Email us for details.
It’s been more than a successful first round here at SMM, and we’re proud of the ground we’ve covered over this short span of time. The time has come, however, to focus on some writing and editing obligations. Don’t worry; we’ll return shortly with a new slew of author interviews, album reviews, and original publications.
It’s my pleasure to welcome Vincenzo Bilof to our ever-growing series of SMM interviews! Bilof is the author of The Violators, Necropolis Now, Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse, and a slew of other horror/bizarro/literary weird wonders. In addition, Bilof is also the Editor-in-Chief of one of my favorite publishers, Bizarro Pulp Press. Check out his Amazon author
Phoenix kindly interviewed me for his blog. Check out the full text here!
“Psychedelic Horror is an attempt to forge a new genre…. I like the idea of merging the dangerous side of pulp (in terms of content) with the dangerous side of the avant-garde (in terms of form).” -Nicholaus Pantnaude For our latest addition to our author interview series, I spoke to Nicholaus Pantnaude about Psychedelic Horror
How can you know you are happy if you don’t know misery of others? All things exist as comparisons. A man finds himself a funeral. His wife isn’t with him, and, despite the impossibility of the situation, he feels a sharp stab of guilt as he imagines her weeping unceasingly into the folds of the