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About Mike





I have enjoyed taking pictures my entire life, but now I am ready to move beyond that hobby to include this as my career. 97 more words


The Narrator by Norman Prentiss and Michael McBride

Moving on to another fine piece of storytelling we have the joint venture of THE NARRATOR.  Norman Prentiss together with Michael McBride turned out an amazing story that was actually a set of stories within a story.   76 more words

Book Review

Snowblind - Michael McBride

 Snowblind was a fast and furious read. McBride’s tale, of an annual elk hunting trip for four college buddies now pushing towards their forties, is full of atmosphere and paranoia. 169 more words

Horror Review

A Shook Dungeon: Letter to Myself in the Wake of Berkeley Looters

White people in this country will have quite enough to do in learning how to accept and love themselves and each other, and when they have achieved this–which will not be tomorrow and may very well be never–the Negro problem will no longer exist, for it will no longer be needed.–James Baldwin, “Down at the Cross: Letter from a Region in My Mind,” 

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Health Minister Jim Wells Has Launched a Public Consultation on a Draft Strategy for Health and Social Care Research and Development in Northern Ireland.

The overall aim of the strategy is that the health, wellbeing and prosperity of the Northern Ireland population will benefit from excellent, world-renowned R&D in health and social care which is led from NI. 297 more words

Latest News

Review: Sunblind by Michael McBride

About Sunblind

When U.S. Border Patrol Agent Christian Rivera discovers the body of an undocumented alien in the middle of the vast Sonoran Desert with three enigmatic words carved into her flesh, presumably by her own hand, it triggers a frantic search for the remainder of her party, a group of twenty-five men and women who have inexplicably vanished into the desert. 818 more words


An Interview with Michael McBride

I chatted with Michael McBride recently on a number of different topics.  We decided that a question/answer interview format would be the way to go. You be the judge. 767 more words