Not sure why, but I’ve been stashing these as I stumble onto them. Will add more as I find them, probably. They’re kind of cool. The Darnielle is more like the actual iridescent tape from a VHS, but still, it’s kind of on the same shelf:

And, guess this is kind of the same? Taking a streaming show, ripping it from DVD, transferring to VHS, then rigging together a make-do cover for it? Anyway, cool. Found it here (if there’s a better way to link Imgur, which I

Neither actually new, but both getting to me yesterday: Sovereign Traces has a piece of Mongrels in it, courtesy of the amazing Delicia Williams (artist), and Fortune Smiles I already read, of course, and really dug—one of the stand-out collections from recent, or any, years—but got to hang with Adam some last night, thanks to Lighthouse in Denver, so came away with an even cooler copy. And, speaking of last night: great event, great reception, wonderful people to talk t…

Doesn’t feel like it. To me these stories are stil churning in my head. Thanks, Richard. 

Man, looks like I’m just embedding tweets here all day—I did just wrap an extensive novel rewrite about five minutes ago—but, here’s another one, a good one, an important one:

Oh, and while I DID once somehow embe…

Stumbled onto this Vamp poster on Twitter, which got me thinking of The Howling novel cover, and now I’m just wishing there were covers as good for any version of The Mummy. There’s wonderful amazing stuff in places like this or this or this, but, man, for me, it’s when the art and the title combine to ‘evoke’ the movie in a way you didn’t even realize was missing:

 

And, if there’s monsters and blood, all the better. Obviously.

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