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The Thing About Acknowledgments

It's funny. Whenever I get to the end of a book and see an acknowledgments page, I feel a little disappointed. Granted, I've included acknowledgments pages in my own books, and I've been thrilled to see my name mentioned among... Continue Reading →

We’re Not Selling…

For anyone who, like me, can't make it out to the Madhouse Theater show tonight, here's the script for one my skits they'll be performing. It's called "We're Not Selling," and, well, you can probably figure out what I'm satirizing...... Continue Reading →

Stages of the Bird Man

In case anyone's curious, here are three stages of the painting from my previous post.

New Painting & Upcoming Events

Here's a painting I just finished working on: Also, here are a few events I have coming up this week: 1.23.14: I will be reading select passages from Morrissey's Autobiography between sets at the 18th Pale Descendents' Smiths Social upstairs... Continue Reading →

Reading from Moz’s Autobiography @ Smiths Social!

Oh, has the world changed, or have I changed?¬†I will be living out my life-long dream of performing (after a fashion) upstairs at Philadelphia's Trocadero as I read select passages from Morrissey's Autobiography¬† between sets at the 18th Pale Descendants'... Continue Reading →

The Duck Dynasty Flap And What It Means

I'm not taking sides in this brief essay. I'm just saying be careful what you wish for: The Duck Dynasty Flap

Reading 12/19

Quick note to friends in the Philadelphia area: I'll be reading at The Daily Grind in Jenkintown, PA, tomorrow night (12/19/2013) at 7PM. Details: Montgomery County Poet Laureate News

J N-T: The Life and Scandalous Times of John Nathan-Turner (review)

With a little tweaking, Richard Marson's tell-all biography of the late John Nathan-Turner could easily replace its subtitle with that of Peter Hook's wonderful memoir on the Manchester club scene of the 1980s, The Hacienda: How Not to Run a... Continue Reading →

Free PDF E-Book from The Permanent Press

Whenever aspiring writers ask me for advice on finding a publisher, the first thing I say is to read a wide range of books from a wide range of publishers to find the right "fit." Of course, that can get... Continue Reading →

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