Joe Decie uses his family’s “glamping” trip to examine the trivialities of modern Western life.
NEWS & REVIEWS
Adventures of a teenage graffiti artist in 80s Santa Cruz.
Ramin Abhari’s faithful and engaging account of the 1974 Flixborough disaster.
A trippy reflection of an artist who remained enigmatic against his best efforts.
Columns, Features & Interviews
Indie Penance #15: Pacific, Venus Rises, Elves & the Agro Adventure, Bob: Non-Union Psychic, Supernaut and Stephan Franck’s Silver.
This time I look at Martian Comics, Kimot Ren, Sliced Quarterly, Shake the Lake, The Shadow of the Cross and Meanwhile… #5.
It may have been a horrible year, but here are 2016’s books, films and video games that didn’t disappoint.
Interview with The Shadow of the Cross: Imprisonment artist and writer Dmitry Yakhovsky.
Bothersome Books Blog
I’ve always had a weird size envy when it comes to novels…
A few things I learned from my first foray into printing novels via Amazon’s CreateSpace service.
Welcome to The Fold is now available in one complete volume. Y’know, like a normal book.
This week I contributed to Hugo Award winning sci-fi blog SF Signal’s brilliant Mind Meld feature.