Ari Aster’s 2018 film “Hereditary” speaks to those who suffer from mental illness on a deep and upsetting level.
In our wolfish circuits, I struggle to find you; lost amidst the cries of the people, I claw my way through the roiling naked bodies and fleshy unions that mark our sacred day. The sound of goatskin cracking against bare backs in the hot sun; the cries of the crowd, ecstatic–
Dies Febratus! Dies Febratus!
It’s been a while since I last posted, but a few things have happened.
Recently, the brilliant Orrin Grey posted a recommendation (with some trepidation) of the first two seasons of the television series R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour on his blog.… Read more “Some Thoughts on “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour””
Today the front cover for Muzzleland Press’ forthcoming video game-themed horror anthology “Terror in 16-Bits” was posted on Facebook by the editor/publisher Jonathan Raab.
The waves don’t bother me.
My story “Woodland” was printed a year ago. It was my first published, and I want to look back at it.
I have this week off and so I plan to get some work done.
“Salem” was my favorite television show, and now its over. Let’s look back on it.
I already have a blog where I review things, and occasionally post fiction by talented people, but I figured that should be separate from my writing, so here I am.