General Slaughter’s, Like, Revenge or Something by Melanie Browne

Denise never expected to find herself covered in camouflage holding her breath underwater in swamp water, but that’s exactly where she was. “Like, gross!” she says as she re-emerges from the muck and realizes her contact lenses are covered with swamp mud. She pulls herself out of the water and lies on her back trying … Continue reading General Slaughter’s, Like, Revenge or Something by Melanie Browne

Jodi MacArthur talks to Melanie Browne

There is a gypsy goddess from the dark side of the moon living in Texas under the guise of Melanie Browne. I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing her for Pulp Metal Magazine.  She is well known for her strong, quirky flash and abstract poetry, what you don’t know is she is a former sculptor, … Continue reading Jodi MacArthur talks to Melanie Browne