For some reason, Fox Mulder was no longer played by David Duchovny. Instead, Michael Keaton took on the role. And he’s lecturing Scully in an interrogation room. Quickly thereafter, they go into a hotel room where Scully sees a sheet that’s been written on in blood. While she’s there, she realizes she’s been hypnotized. This […]

Writing, Books, and Bourbon | Podcast Notes: Against the Day by Thomas Pynchon Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami Coolidge by Amity Shlaes Next by Michael Crichton Letters from a Stoic by Seneca Knob Creek Bourbon Justin’s Work in Progress Sam’s Stationary Bike “Live fast, die young…” – James Dean […]

Don’t look up. Keep Calm and Carry On, said the Government. Some mastermind at the Home Office had decided it was time to use the posters that had become so popular during the Recession. What people saw in the sky was even worse than a financial recession. Don’t look up they said. So of course […]

There were roadblocks in every direction. But he still managed to escape and speed down a winding road leading to a expansive lake. As he grew closer to the lake he found that the water had overtaken the road, forcing him to slam on the brakes. His red car skidded to a stop, and he […]

If Emilia, as a young girl, had known what was in that room, she might never have gone in. If she’d known what that red light leaking out from that room meant, all those sobs that went in. Then she’d have never needed to open up the house, years later, to the new police lieutenant. […]

Read Alex Clark-McGlenn’s “The Sign For Grief Is Crow.” 1. What made you want to become a writer? Growing up I was severely dyslexic. I didn’t read a book until I was in 8th grade. In that same year, my English teacher shared some of the works of Edgar Allan Poe and ee cummings with […]