So cool to slip down to the local comic book store, and find something I’ve written on the shelf. First of many more, I hope. Honored to be included.

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Since I was updating everything else, I went ahead and stuffed what covers/links I could into the Anthologies-page here as well. That pages goes and goes and goes, man. I remember in grad school always being floored by how many stories Stephen Dixon had published—somewhere north of “300,” as I recall. I was at maybe forty or fifty published, then. Anyway, there’s not 300 anthologies here (maybe note even a hundred?), but, story-tally-wise, I guess IR…

Just like last year, I had this idea that doing a monthly post would make it a snap to figure out my best of the years: just scroll through, it’ll be obvious. I wish. Though it does make it easier to remember stuff from before summer, say. So, without further whatever, and by category, and including stuff I only FOUND in 2019, and just going plural for some instead of staging ties:

NOVELS

HORROR MOVIE

easy choice, obvious choice, c’mon. this one’

Slaughter, D-A-D, Skid Row, Poison, Mötley Crüe, Warrant, Ratt, Faster Pussycat, Tesla, Kix, King Kobra, Trixter, Jackyl, Cinderella, Guns n’ Roses, Lita Ford, Bon Jovi, Vixen, Twisted Sister, Steel Dragon, Bang Tango, Quiet Riot, Def Leppard, LA Guns, Great White, Whitesnake—these are a few of my favorite things. Which I guess is just another way of saying I was born in 1972, meaning I got my first truck in 87, meaning I had that hair metal volume knob cranked all the w…

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