The acclaimed New York Times bestselling author weaves an ingenious, darkly humorous, and brilliantly observant story that follows the exploits and intrigue of a constellation of characters affiliated with an off-off-off-off Broadway children’s musical. Mister […]
Ken Brosky, Author
Rogue One Was Passable At Best (Spoilers)
Currently listening to: Rob Zombie, “Educated Horses” I’m going to write a short review of Rogue One and risk the ire of random people. I’m doing this because I’m a huge fan and always have […]
Buy The Nightmare Stacks
After stumbling upon the algorithm that turned him and his fellow merchant bankers into vampires, Alex Schwartz was drafted by the Laundry, Britain’s secret counter-occult agency that’s humanity’s first line of defense against the forces […]
A Way Forward
I don’t want to dwell on the election much longer, but since I’m going to be blogging a lot more in the near-future (mostly on book-related goings on), I thought I’d just swing in and […]
The Power of Language
I’ll start posting regularly from now on, but something today caught my eye that I find really, really fascinating. You can read the text above, which of course comes from Donald Trump, the human Cheeto […]
Read This Essay by Stephanie Austin
“Stories We Tell Ourselves,” published in The Nervous Breakdown. Read it. Highly recommended.
I will post things here.
I’m finishing up some research for the new book, but as soon as I have all my shit together, I’ll start posting regularly. Until then, try some of my books.