You can buy Joseph Young's micro fiction for $100 here. He works for SmokeLong Quarterly.

Noby Noby Boy is incredible.


Trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new film Inglorious Bastards.



A micro fiction of mine is going to be in Six Sentences, Volume 2. The publication will be available sometime in March.

Midnight Picnic

'Midnight Picnic' by Nick Antosca is a fast read, full of vivid abstract images. A man traveling through the world of the dead, or the half living, in a nightmarish realm of speculation, on a mission of revenge.


Grant Morrison's most recent run on the Batman comic started in late 2006 and ended at the beginning of this year. It was epic. His take on Batman is spot on. Through out the years he's written Batman off and on, probably most famously in 'Batman Arkham Asylum' (1989).
'The Open Boat' by Stephen Crane is one of my favorite short stories. It's full of beautiful and to the point sentences. The full text can be read here


Ever has 104 pages

Blake Butler's novella 'EVER.'

The sentences are rejuvenating, in some places they feel alive. I've been thinking about it for a few days. In a way I had to deconstruct what I think a novel (novella) is. 'EVER' reads like a poem. It's an exercise in the fluidity of word, and the structure of the sentence. It reminds me of 'House of Leaves,' not in the story but in the structure and the setting. The novella demands a second reading. Loneliness. How our bodies and our homes collide. How we mesh with memory. Human consciousness/ collective.
Depressing, complex and moving. Dick's masterpiece.

Stephen King talks shit about Twilight

King said, “both Rowling and Meyer, they’re speaking directly to young people… The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.” Source.

It came from space

Battlestar Galactica comes on Friday night on the Sci-fi channel. This is its last season. You can watch full episodes from this season here


My story 'Spleen' is collected in an anthology, with 17 other stories, called 'Abaculus II'. The book was published mid December of last year. I wanted to shamelessly promote it by providing a link to the publisher here. Also it can be bought from Amazon and probably other places too.