why we die is none of your business
I love Robin Williams. Along with many others, I’ll miss him. He was a big part of my childhood and I truly loved his movies, from the insanely silly, to the tragic. He was just great, especially at his most chaotic or reserved.
But this post is only a little bit about him. Probably this will read very oddly to a lot of people. But this post is about dying. Mostly, it’s about suicide, which is…
noir: a love story: a launch story
I hope you go out and buy it.
If you buy it this weekend, I’ll send you a free copy of Girl with Ears & Demon with Limp!
So go love your life and buy my book and maybe fall in love.
See you later, gator.
on apocalyptic living
This Dead and Dying World was published at the Atticus Review and it got me thinking about the apocalypse, and apocalyptic fiction in general. And then today, my essay On Dust was published at Entropy and it got me thinking about mortality.
But probably I’m always thinking about these things.
Lately especially. I’ve been thinking about how the world doesn’t need us, and the last novel I wrote,…