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NEWS UPDATE!- SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
My retro monster story "Kong-Tiki" is in the latest issue of online ezine Voluted Tales. You can read a sample for free, but if you want to read the whole story, you have to subscribe. A subscription is $2 a month, and I believe you can subscribe for just one month. You can read my story and five others for one low price! Check it out here:
NEWS UPDATE!- SEPTEMBER 4, 2013
Under the Shanghai Tunnels is sold out, and I'm busily working on three new projects:
Working on another Lovecraftian novella set in Alaska, titled "Awakening of the Dream Beast."
Trying to write my first novel. It's titled "The Rubber Chicken Effect," and is a bit of Magical Realism about a group of street performers out to save the world.
Stay tuned for announcements and developments!
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To contact me for any reason, email neverendingwonder at that hotmail place. You know what to do.
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About my writing:
When I was a teenager I knew I wanted to be a writer. I won a writing contest in the local newspaper when I was 13 and becoming a writer was my dream. My taste in reading was already trending toward the weird. Comic books, H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut, Poe, Algernon Blackwood, Brad Steiger - they all set my imagination soaring. I had a hand me down Underwood typewriter, and I diligently pounded out my fantasies. I managed a few publications, mainly in the type of books that encouraged the contributors to buy multiple copies for their family and friends.
I was also deeply into theatre, so for a long time all my writing was for the stage. I studied briefly with my favorite playwright, Megan Terry, and I even ran my own company for a couple of years. Eventually I got tired of losing money, and beating my head against a wall, and I gave up writing. I tried to focus on "the real world." I founded an internet radio station that featured odd, unusual, forgotten and bizarre music, as well as new independent artists. I won awards. I even found a bit of an audience during the month of October each year with an annual Halloween marathon.
Then one fateful evening I ordered a book a friend from an online horror forum had written and everything came rushing back. I should be doing this. Why WASN'T I doing this? Soon after, I enrolled in his writing workshop and the floodgates were opened. My writing was better than it had ever been. I regret the decades I spent not writing. I would be so much farther along now. I'm trying to make up for lost time!
I write what is refered to these days as "speculative fiction." It's a catch-all term for anything weird- science fiction, horror, fantasy, and several other related sub-genres. Check my writing out, and let me know what you think!