Within the bizarro and horror fiction communities, there is much debate over the value of poop stories. Some claim that the subgenre is all pooped out, that it has nothing more to give. While I agree that there are a lot of regurgitated poop stories out there, there is still room for innovation.
Which, coincidentally, brings me to this bit of news: I have a new story out at Feathertale. It’s called “First I’m Gonna Go Poop – Then I’m Gonna Go Crazy.”
Now, I’m not going to say that it’s an innovative take on the poop fiction subgenre, but it’s something, eh? Leave your thoughts about it and about poop fiction in general in the comments.
New Razorcake Means New Music Reviews
The first thing you need to know is that Razorcake is a nonprofit punk rock magazine. It is in the midst of its yearly donation drive. If you want to donate, you will end up getting your money’s worth of rad stuff.
The new issue is out now. Check out the cover:
I have some reviews in it, which you can also read online:
- ESCAPIST, THE: Self-titled: 7”
- GOING TO HELL: Lick Your Wounds: 7”
- LEECHES: Lords of Dullsville: LP
- LUUM: Self-titled: 7”
- OGRE: Bastards of Death: CD
- SHANKS, THE: Surfing the Lexicon: LP
- TANGO VIOLENZO: The Submission EP: 7”
- INSIDE ARTZINE #17
Death Warp Is Sold Out
I was feeling all cocky and thinking my new chapbook from Dynatox Ministries would sell out overnight. Well, it took a little longer than that, but not much. Thanks to everyone who picked up a copy. You’ve got a really rad collectible that nobody else is ever going to have a chance to get.