Forthcoming fun! Fun now!

Delighted to be invited! Here’s the latest from Liz over at Punk Noir Magazine including her latest music video: Just trying to keep the channel open, to quote Martha Graham. Oh, and I made this today: And then there’s the billionty things what I wrote over at Punk Noir Magazine for you to peruse at…

Good-Bye

I am more sorry than I can say to hear of the sudden death of John Grant/Paul Barnett AKA @Noircyclopedia on Twitter. He was a long-time writer (and ghost writer), scholar, reviewer, and appreciator of genre fiction — not just noir, but the world of SFF. He collaborated with so many folks, most of whom…

Blake at the Tate

Why did it take me so long to get around to posting this, you ask? Well, I took about 300 pictures at the exhibition and the tedium of uploading them finally happened today as it’s a holiday [fight capitalism in the name of MLK!]. The agony of sorting just a few to post here (see…

Writers Retreat: Albergo Ristorante Leso

Thanks to Damien Seaman, I got a chance to tag along for a week’s writing retreat in this beautiful mountain location near Verona. Albergo Ristorante Leso is in the small village of Bosco Chiesanuova. I just wanted to write and somehow alpine air is inspiring — or maybe it was the cowbells. Fellow Fox Spirit…

Out Now: Urban Wyrd

Apparently it’s National Writing Day, so here’s a timely notice that some of my writing is now in print — well, an interview at least (there’s plenty of my writing to be found). It was a great opportunity to talk about how awesome Fox Spirit Books and Weird Noir are. Here’s the bumper two volume…

Captivating Criminality 6

I am on the road again! Off to the east coast of Italy for Captivating Criminality 6. It should be a lot of fun. I’ve not been to that part of Italy and it looks like there’s a great range of presentations. I’ll be talking about the adaptations of Patricia Highsmith’s Ripley’s Game. Not sure…

Swanky Review

Fine review for The Black Room Manuscripts Vol 4 at Ginger Nuts of Horror, in which my writing gets compared to the lyrics of Tom Waits — and then Ray Bradbury. The little gal who fell into the October Country many years ago could not be more pleased.

Drag Noir for LGBTQ+ Month @ Ginger Nuts of Horror

Great to see a favourable review of Drag Noir featured as part of LGBTQ+ Month over at Ginger Nuts of Horror. Penny Jones had many kind words for this fab collection from Fox Spirit. Jump on over and check out all their features because maybe you’ll find someone new to read. Glorious cover art by…