When I was five years old I had my own motion picture projector which I carried about in my head at all times. With this miraculous contraption kept secret from all of my friends, my brother, and my parents, I could enjoy my own films without the fear of criticism or ridicule.
In our first installment of “AtoZ”, we are spotlighting one influential science fiction author for each letter of the alphabet.
UNCHARTERED WORDS “What’s it all about, Alfie?” Literary criticism of weird tales is, in itself, somewhat weird. It actually welcomes contributions from many who, like myself, have little to no formal training or education in the subject. Still, there are others, such as S.T. Joshi, who are not only trained […]
“Small Press” There are few genres that owe as much to small press as weird literature. It could be argued quite strongly that there would not even be a genre of weird literature were it not for small press. It has been these companies that have kept the genre […]
Let it be known here and henceforth by even the thickest-headed of trollful misinterpreters blowing Cheeto-dust nose-bubbles in their chocolate milk as they read this, that I am no firm friend of propaganda disguised as entertainment, and rebuke the notion that every cultural artifact has an underlying socio-political […]