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Slow Boat to Fast City Is My Jam

What is better than a good anthology? Hmm. Lemme think…oh yeah, a good anthology with a freaking fantastic OST! Slow Boat to Fast City  from… 210 more words

Slow Boat Part Two: Meet the Contributors

Hello again, stalwart and brave readers! Welcome to the second part of the Pine Float Press Slow Boat to Fast City blogstravaganza. Ugh. Blogstravaganza? Horrible word. 1,307 more words

Slow Boat To Fast City: An Interview With Pine Float Press's Sean Demory

Salut, all! Today is the day. The AWESOME, made of WIN day–the release day for Slow Boat to Fast City, an anthology from Pine Float Press and a project I’m stoked to be a part of.  1,330 more words

Book Review: Resonator - New Lovecraftian Tales From Beyond

Edited by Scott R. Jones; Published by Martian Migraine Press

Available for pre-order now

“From Beyond” is a Lovecraft story that, while lacking the elegance and polish of some of his other works, is effective precisely because it presses the right buttons in very few words. 790 more words

Horror

Ectoplasmopocalypse

A review of Orrin Grey’s “Persistence of Vision” in Fractured: Tales of the Canadian Post Apocalypse (Exile Editions, 2014)
By Derek Newman-Stille

Shaped by movie imagery with comparisons of the events of the story to a Hollywood film, Orrin Grey’s Persistence of Vision uses the unreality of film to contribute to the notion of an apocalypse that no one believes in. 281 more words

Fiction Book Reviews

October Goals

So looking back, I see I didn’t post any goals for either August or September. It’s been so long since a goals blog went live, that the last time I posted, … 377 more words

Fungi!

Sometimes an anthology comes along that is so cool, so out there, you’d spend the remainder of your life regretting not having had a story in it. 268 more words

Short Stories