R.I.P. Scott Walker
It’s true that my fiction work has appeared in various anthologies. You can find my Amazon author page here if you’re interested in tracking those down, or you can wait until my next collection (release date and press unknown), which will compile the best of these works.
Truly, nonfiction is my pride and joy. I have three essays that should be releasing soon that I’ll announce when the time’s right: one’s about black holes, Bataille, and cosmic horror; one traces the thematic development of the labyrinth from gothic fiction through folk horror; the third is a heavily Ligottian piece entitled “The Puppet King,” about which I’ll leave the rest to the imagination for now: upcoming, an essay about the function of vision in depictions of the void–preliminary title: “The Gaze from Nowhere.”
Otherwise, I’m always writing for Silent Motorist Media. Here are a few of my latest “Classics Reviews”:
“You have entered the globe of the beautiful ones and come to the light of the stream of water. Climb around, and see the sorrow of the world.” (An oulipo (mis)translation of Shakespeare’s Sonnet No. 1)