Bizarro fiction is a genre I deeply respect. Some of the older stories featured in Esoteric Sausage are directly bizarro, while others are closer to horror. I don’t, like many of my writer friends out there, consider myself strictly a “Bizarro” writer, but it is the genre which truly inspired me to embrace my penchant
One of my many frustrations as a writer arises from the fact that even though I fill hundreds and hundreds of pages with words, I produce precious little writing that meets publication standards. This doesn’t mean what it sounds like it does. I don’t write works intended for publication and then scrap them for being
I’m going to experiment with something, here. I’m giving a random book from my bookshelf to whoever can write the coolest flash fiction (200 words or less) under the theme “Esoteric Sausage.” You don’t have to know anything about my release, release Esoteric Sausage and Other Malformations. Just something relevant to the words “Esoteric Sausage,”
Well it’s here! Esoteric Sausage and Other Malformations is officially on Amazon! Pick up a copy here! It feels good to have a solid debut release under my belt, but it’s not time to celebrate just yet. I have settled on a goal of five releases this year. This isn’t as unreasonable as it seems:
I realize that I just updated this blog yesterday, but lightning inspirations and bursts of productivity are things you’ll get used to if you spend any time keeping tabs on my work. Yesterday I announced an academic nonfiction release from Silent Motorist Productions, a press designed by me for publications not quite suited for the
The waiting period before a publication date tends to be a little strenuous. Esoteric Sausage and Other Malformations is officially scheduled to drop on the 18th (three days away), and I’m feeling the performance night jitters. Although seeing my first serious publication go through the process was fun, I’ll definitely feel better once it’s out
https://litfunhouse.com/2017/11/24/banished-from-language-why-the-far-right-figure-in-francis-bacons-three-studies-for-figures-at-the-base-of-a-crucifixion-is-screaming/ In the spirit of centralizing publications, this is a piece I wrote for Lost in the Funhouse. It’s one of my favorites, and it made it into the editor’s “Top Ten” list. It’s a twisted glance at the artwork of Francis Bacon. Enjoy!
Welcome to my blog! With several new releases on the near horizon, I figured it’s high time I establish a space to unify everything I have going on across the Internet. This way, dear reader, you have access to it all, plus some exciting content exclusive to this blog. Here you will find publication updates,