Month: July 2019

Joe Reviews Wounds by Nathan Ballingrud

Joe Reviews: Wounds

Okay. So, you need to read this. Please, if you are into horror you owe it to yourself to experience these stories. These collection sums up what is possible in the modern horror and weird fiction genres. This really among the best fiction I’ve ever read. I’ve not come across horror short fiction this engrossing since reading Clive Barker’s Books… Read more →

Go Towards the Light at the End of the Hall by J. W. Donley

August 2019 Patron Story Preview – Sort of

Okay, so here’s the deal. I don’t have a preview ready yet. I have a draft but it is not yet ready to share. But don’t despair! It will be worth the wait. Trust me. Here’s the gist of the story. A recent college graduate is struggling to pay rent on her portrait studio. She needs to land a paying… Read more →

Mushrooms on forest floor

The Update – July 2019

It is time for The Update for July 2019! July is a big month for me. Not only do I turn 36 this month, but as of July 31st I will have been married to my smart and beautiful wife for 15 years! That is a very large percentage of the time I’ve been alive and I look forward to… Read more →

Fireworks

Happy Independence Day!

It’s July 4th. And here in the USA that means it is Independence Day. I hope you all have the chance to spend some time with family and enjoy some fireworks. At least, that is my plan for the day. Read more →