Originally written for The Terror Test. Check out their new website. I am now writing Lost in Arhkam. Previous Test Prep essays. This was written for an episode that was part of the podcast’s semester abroad covering Mystics in Bali (1981) and Three … Extremes (2004). Tremolo: Sweet Chariot of the Gods Contains Mystics of Bali spoilers. My […]
A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do in the First Place Originally written for The Terror Test. Check out their new website. I am now writing Lost in Arhkam. Previous Test Prep essays. This was written before the current fires in Australia for an episode covering Wolf Creek (2005) and The Babadook (2014). “The correspondent wondered ingenuously how […]
I just finished a track with Scott Bazar and made a playlist over at SoundCloud for our collaborations. I’ve now played music with Scott for about two decades, and I’m hoping I get to work with him on stage again soon. Some of the most fun I’ve had playing live […]
Originally written for The Terror Test. Check out their new website. I am now writing Lost in Arhkam. Previous Test Prep essays. The following was originally written for a Friday the 13th, Part VII: The New Blood (1988) and Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) episode. Anti-Paraskevidekatriaphobia Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love […]
A short survey of recent horror-related fiction and nonfiction is at The Terror Test.
I’m happy to have a short essay co-written with a former student over at The Drunken Odyssey. Sometimes resolutions take a decade.
Or What I Think About While Doing Burpees with Peter Murphy. You can read it at The Drunken Odyssey.
Known by Salt: Tina Mozelle BrazielA fantastic debut by an Alabama writer. I won’t say much here as I’m in the process of getting my thoughts in order for an interview with the author. She’s really busy these days. If you like poetry of place, then I think you’ll like this […]
A mélange of mutant mutiny with Stull. Stull exists in two realms: One is as a improv rock trio and the other is as a recording project based on a process that begins with Tracy’s percussion/field recordings. You can hear them woven together in the Stullification playlist. When we’re in a room together, […]