Swine flu = T-virus

I got some new books recently: Log of the S.S The Mrs Unguentine by Stanley Crawford, which Ken Baumann is writing a script for, Europeana by Patrik Ourednik and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.

I decided to buy Europeana after reading about it from this list (growing list) of reccommended novellas.

Check out Everyday Yeah if you don't already

Read some new stoies by PAUL KAVANAGH, MARK BAUMER and BLAKE BUTLER at Titular

Please don't cough on me.


1. I have a micro-fiction in the 6s volume 2 collection which can be bought from Amazon.

2. Also check out 'Before I moved to Nevada,' by James Iredell from Publishing Genius.

3. And some art.


I watched 'Let The Right One In' the other day, I like it. It's about a boy who's bullied at school, he befriends a vampire and they persist to have an interesting relationship.

I bought the book, 'The 101 Habits of Highly Successful Novelists.' This is not the sort of book that I would usually pick up, but I'm really happy I did. It has seemingly good advice in quick doses.

The books 'All The Day's Sad Stories,' by Tina May Hall and 'The Collectors,' by Matt Bell are available for pre-order from Caketrain, get both of them for only $12. I think that these are going to be really nice.

Alejandro Jodorowsky interview:

A collection of his films


A successful book is not made of what is in it, but what is left out of it.
-Mark Twain in a Letter to H. H. Rogers, 5/1897


The new Lamination Colony issue is up. It kind of looks like a Richard Schur painting (above). The issue is huge, full of talent in wide varieties.