I haven’t done an actual career-related update for a while, and with several recent and upcoming articles on Entropy that I’m immoderately proud of, I figured, oh, what the hell. For writing! Entropy is “A new website featuring literary and related non-literary content.” It’s been going strong for, oh, three weeks now, and I couldn’t be […]Read More On Games and Gaminess
I’ve added a new category to this blog: Sexy WIPs. What are Sexy WIPs? You may already have seen a few of them. They’re my own unpublished (some might say unpublishable) writing. I want to share them with you, free of charge. As a writer, you’re always making sacrifices. Jokes, concepts, characters, and entire story […]Read More Sexy WIPs
They come in peace. Anybody who knows diddly-squat about aliens knows this, as sure as haloperidol prevents demonic possession. What most people don’t know is that aliens, well, they’ll come in just about anything. When E.T. wanted so badly to call “home,” he was really using the galactic equivalent of a phone sex hotline. “To Serve […]Read More An Extraterrestrial Orgy in L.A.
Words words words. Some more words. Some final words.Read More What’s a kurungabaa?
yeah, sure, we understand loss, but what about accumulation You’ve just read the most traditionally lucid page of text to be found in Andrew Choate’s (Langquage Makes Plastic of the Body) latest book, Stingray Clapping, forthcoming–and I mean really fucking soon–from Insert Blanc Press. Yeah, you heard me–that’s a whole page. The book has something […]Read More Slap That Stingray! Whoo-hoo!
I’ve grown a lot of things in my day, from dachshunds to beansprouts, but up was never one of them. That’s why I’ve got my eye on What it Means to be a Grown-up: The Complete and Definitive Answer, the new anthology from Commonplace Books (publishers of A Commonplace Book of the Weird, which–sporadically–includes my […]Read More Wait, It’s Possible To Grow UP???
The digitization of the book-as-object has begun. Brena Smith, local stalwart of the bound and printed page at the CalArts library, has begun work converting the fruits of Literary Citizenship: Tiny Press Practices, or “Tiny Litizens” as the course is known among its cultish adherents, into timeless/ethereal digital artifacts (not the kind you get for […]Read More Tiny Pictures of Tiny Books