“How was the journey, Inspector Waddell?” said the mayor. “Any problems?” He was a short, hefty man with a hearty smile and weathered complexion you only got from years of hard graft out on the fields.
Nicky Dolman came out of the men’s room at the Blue Door Lounge wiping his hands on his pant legs.
Craig Wallwork is relevant and irreverent. His writing is a smorgasbord of cinematic imagery and a gleeful “Fuck You!” to the conventions and pomposity of literature. I like him and this interview, like the collapse of the financial system, was only a matter of time coming …
That lousy bitch! I’ll say it again. That lousy bitch! I fuck one French girl and I end up having my heart and nose broken. Paris was supposed to be romantic. I’ve seen the films. Midnight walks down the Seine, a kiss by the Hotel De Ville. No. This city is a guillotine decapitating love … Continue reading Killer Revolution by Craig Wallwork
The tyre chewed up the curb. Sedan. Alabaster silver. Driver control central locking. Do enough jobs and you’re looking for an exit strategy. If he’s some pervert who likes cutting up a
Jenny packed her smokes against the heel of her hand. The old bitch was down there again, her Pomeranian on its leash and taking a shit by the brick wall that was probably painted once upon a time a bright peach color but now looked like the color the Pennsylvania crayon company once called ‘flesh’. … Continue reading The Dog Who Shat Against the Wall by Jack Bates
Q1: Hi Henry! Who are you? (Or who do you think you are?) This could take awhile. I think I’m Henry Zeo Covert ( http://strangeothers.blogspot.com ). I’m pretty sure anyway. I’m a writer (fiction, metafiction, comix and web comix, articles, essays, journalism, film and pop culture reviews and criticism), award-winning artist (comix and illustration), occasional … Continue reading Introducing Henry Zeo Covert ~ A Showcase
From The New York Times: In response to protests in various states, the Secretary of Defense announced that the government has withdrawn all chemical soldiers from Iran. “Our post-operation teams are completing their inspections of the conflict sites,” he told the public yesterday, “and we expect their involvement to be brief and non-violent.” “I know … Continue reading Open Wounds by David Massengill
Viper’s aim proved true.
“Then how can I help you?” I asked the lad. “Sometimes they send me to fish in the river, by the bridge.” “So why don’t you just run away when you go there?” “Would that it were so easy! They have me under a powerful enchantment, so that I may only go to the river, … Continue reading The Lad on the Knoll. Part II by Chris Pollard