Category Archives: Discussion

Interview: Eric Garrison Gives R.J. a Reality Check

Congratulations to my friend Eric Garrison on his two book publishing deals, one with Hydra Publications for his recently released science fiction dimension hopping thriller, Reality Check. The other for a multi-book deal with Seventh Star Press.   Shorty after … Continue reading

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Review: How to take the back roads to the frontal lobes and end up cowering under the covers.

Back Roads and Frontal Lobes by Brady Allen A collection of 23 short stories 2012 Post Mordem Press 10/10 Arjays (because nothing is cooler than an Arjay!) Since September, I’ve been doing a progressive hit-and-run reading through Brady Allen’s premiere … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger–Gary W. Olson on his new release Brutal Light

The Story Behind “Brutal Light” It wasn’t until I looked back to the beginning, and saw the path I had taken–which had led me to a story and a world that felt mired in the weight of everything I was … Continue reading

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Interview: Michael West Discusses Cinema of Shadows

So your new novel, Cinema of Shadows, takes place in a haunted movie theater. I know you have a lifelong interest in film and in horror films specifically. Did you pursue an education in film? Oh yes.  I studied film … Continue reading

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“Team R.J.” Blog interview series #2: James Ward Kirk

Welcome to the third in a series of short interviews focusing on “Team R.J.”: people who have influenced, worked with, or played some other vital role in taking me where I am today. Throwing practical matters out the window, I … Continue reading

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Let’s talk Old…er….classic films!

Where do you draw the line between old and modern horror films? It’s easier, perhaps, to pick out classics from any era, but some of my younger peers have an annoying habit of tagging movies I saw in high school … Continue reading

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