All That Nighttime By Morgan Boyd

A warm breeze swept along the water as the old lady and her hulking adult son wheeled the food cart onto the river path.  A puff of steam rose from the cauldron as the old woman removed a sweaty lid and stirred the broth.  Her gigantic son set up a folding table, and carefully organized … Continue reading All That Nighttime By Morgan Boyd

Requiem by Jen Hughes

Christopher Matthews was a dedicated teacher who touched the lives of many children throughout his thirty-five years teaching music. Thoughts are with his family and friends at a small funeral service there on this wet Easter Sunday afternoon, and all the students at St Cecilia’s Academy who have lost a teacher. There are large candles … Continue reading Requiem by Jen Hughes

Mike Malloy – Thoughts on Tough Guys, Working as an Indie Filmmaker, and His Documentary on the Eurocrime Films of the Seventies

by Matt Dukes Jordan Mike Malloy is an Atlanta-based screenwriter, actor, and director. While in college he wrote and published a book on Lee Van Cleef. He’s a true aficionado of 1970s tough-guy cinema, Spaghetti Westerns, the little-known films directed by David Carradine, and much more. His documentary, EUROCRIME!, has been included in numerous film festivals and was … Continue reading Mike Malloy – Thoughts on Tough Guys, Working as an Indie Filmmaker, and His Documentary on the Eurocrime Films of the Seventies