purchasing that shit right here.
Tawny Pike slew the room with the sexiest and bloodiest reading of the night. You can read part of it in the flash piece Death Dance at Shotgun Honey. The bulk of the story will be available in an upcoming issue of Switchblade - watch the site.
The Nightly Disease, Jen Egan hooked me on her unpublished novel with the opening chapter about a medium learning about the danger inherent in scamming her clientele - at least the ones who are violent criminal types and Scott Phillips gave us a drug deal gone bad and the aftermath from his upcoming novel.
check out his new story B-Girl available on the new free streaming culture site byNWR.
If the initials don't give it away, byNWR.com is the brainchild of filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn and it features free content including 'lost' "bad taste movies"(two of which I watched this week Bert Williams's alternately hacky and innovative The Nest of the Cuckoo Birds and Joseph G. Prieto's amazingly titled Shanty Tramp).
"Movie jail" is a place some of my favorite film makers have spent time or been threatened with after making career-killing films. It's also a place many cinematic offenders deserve to be. This week on the Do Some Damage podcast with Steve Weddle I talk about films by three directors who've been to movie jail.
Helena is a strange horror fable with some genuinely weird notions, plus Art Garfunkel, but... yeah, not great.