Mantula Part Two: Something Else

Gagged on pop culture, polluted by  depression, comes Mantula! A special fiction series! It might have been all of two seconds or maybe it was less than that. One look at those beady little black eyes and that seething dark carapace and I scrambled off. It seemed so alien, so ghastly, that I could barely think straight.Continue reading “Mantula Part Two: Something Else”

Mantula Part One: Meet Doug

Gagged on pop culture, polluted by  depression, comes Mantula! A special fiction series! I’ve woken up inside the body of something I cannot identify; only I know it isn’t what I fell asleep in. Falling asleep isn’t exactly accurate I suppose. I passed out. But I know I didn’t look like this, or feel like this. Everything isContinue reading “Mantula Part One: Meet Doug”

Earth can(not) be saved – by ROM

Dear ROM: Spaceknight, I fear the Dire Wraiths have returned once again. You left our verdant world at a time ripe with tragedy and conflict. Challenger exploded, Reagan sat in office, and the Middle East waged war when you left our world for the depths of space. But the conflicts and tragedy continued – areContinue reading “Earth can(not) be saved – by ROM”

OUT NOW: ‘Talk Jock Twits: A Quirky Novella’

  “Talk Jock Twits” takes a trippy, frank look at the odd little world of AM conservative talk radio. In TJT, young writer Josh White finds himself immersed in the seedy occupation with little training, or common sense, to guide him. He’s soon in too deep, however. He’s become addicted to the small town fame,Continue reading “OUT NOW: ‘Talk Jock Twits: A Quirky Novella’”

BOOK NEWS: ‘Talk Jock Twits’ coming soon.

  Small town writer Josh White thinks he’s on the road to notoriety and, better yet, popularity when he begins working for a local talk radio station in Trapper, Arizona. Instead he finds himself immersed in a seedy underworld of drugs, sex and backstabbing bastards. Welcome to the world of Talk Jock Twits. My upcomingContinue reading “BOOK NEWS: ‘Talk Jock Twits’ coming soon.”

Geektastic thoughts on bad comic books

It was embarrassing back when zits were common. But only a little. Zits were worse, and there was no way to hide the little bastards. They always returned for encore performances. Comic books could be hidden, in mere seconds if need be. That way chicks would only see the Black Sabbath posters. There would be noContinue reading “Geektastic thoughts on bad comic books”

REVIEW: Author and Artist R.E. Lieske

REVIEW: Author and Artist R.E. Lieske Literature, like art, continues to transform and evolve. Those who say either medium is dead have only themselves to blame. You’re not looking in the right place. Take storybooks for adults, small works of literature the size of a long novel chapter and mixed with captivating fine art, likeContinue reading “REVIEW: Author and Artist R.E. Lieske”