Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Paradise Burns: An Interview with Marc E Fitch

MarcEFitchMarc E Fitch writes dark, pulpy fiction, tackling subjects of mythology and morality. His writing clearly shows his intelligence, humor and a unique perspective on human nature. He joins me today to talk about his latest book Paradise Burns recently released by Damnation Books.

By Mav Skye.

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Paranoia and the Destiny Programme – An interview with Richard Godwin

*interview by The Dictator*

Long time PMM favourite, Richard Godwin has a new novel out in which he has applied his dark obsidian knife to Sci-Fi with devastating results.

An interview was a necessity.

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“The FUN Has Just Begun!” – An Interview with Larry Wessel by Matt Dukes Jordan*

*with daft input from The Dictator*

Ladies & Germs!

If’n you loves strange and unusual cinema, do we have a treat for you.

What do bullfights, legendary cartoonist and painter –Robert Williams, Noise artist – Boyd Rice, and a mask clad amputee video star have in common?

Well, my feathered friends, the answer is THIS MAN :

Larry Wessel the man who knows PNG

Larry Wessel is not a man to shy away from controversy, the weird, or the taboo. A member of the UNPOP art movement, whose collages have appeared in both Hustler and  Answer Me!, his documentaries can shock as they beguile.

Larry was kind enough to chat to us about cinema and his latest project Eric & Shaye.

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DEATH TO THE TYRANT, SANTA! : THE ELVISH MANIFESTO

TO THE PEOPLE OF PLANET EARTH :

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Some Thoughts on ART by Richard Godwin

Historically debates about art and its cultural significance are thematically cloned by context. They often serve as mouthpieces for politics or trend.

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Feral Things : An interview with Erin Cole

by Mav Skye

ErinCole2 Erin Cole is a dark, mischievous writer. She plants stars in your eyes while sewing midnight into your soul. I read everything she puts outs, always anxious to unlock the mysteries woven through her work. She kindly joins me today at Pulp Metal Magazine to talk about her latest release FERAL THINGS from Damnation Books.

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Psychopathy: An Interview with Tina Taylor

By Mav Skye

Psychopathy. Scientists have been stumped and mystified about this condition for decades. The rules of the psychopath game are constantly changing, making it easier than ever for the predator to prey on the naïve. And to make matters worse, Hollywood’s fascination with sensational psychos and its lack of interest in facts has led to a plethora of misconceptions on the subject.

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Filling Space : An interview with Julia Tourianski

By Jason Michel

Julia Tourianski is a film maker, a writer, a self-confessed anarchist and one of a loose group of young and, of course, tech-savvy rebels fundraisingthat Paul Rosenberg named “The Bitcoin Kids“.  They do not give two shits about your, my, nor any government’s, approval in order to reshape, what they see as the corrupt culture and society inherited from older generations with the new technological culture that they were born into. She kindly agreed to be interviewed.

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As Long As She’s Here : An Interview With Mike Meraz

By Jason Michel

Well now,  … in the tradition of being a right contrary bastard, the epic tiresmagazine that swears not to feature poetry is going to, not only feature two of them there “poems” but also, interview one of them there “poets“.

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Deep into Movie and Art Magic: A Portrait of the Artist Beth Moore-Love

By Matt Dukes Jordan

Larry Wessel’s feature-length documentary called LOVE takes viewers into a fascinating and strange realm of the unreal (the hyper-real?) — realm of Beth Moore-Love’s art. Both Moore-Love and Wessel know that there’s something spooky and nasty about American history and culture and they have reflected that in their respective mediums.

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