Writing, Books, and Bourbon II Podcast Notes: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel News of the World by Paulette Jiles Fourth of July Creek by Smith Henderson 2010 Odyssey Two by Arthur C. Clarke Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned by Wells Tower “The Old Man at Burning Man,” Wells Tower George R.R. Martin 1999 – Will Smith Toyota RAV4 […]

Javier De La Cruz was an honest and somber man. He didn’t ask for anything unearned and he certainly never took. The old caballero, owner of a small business that made little ceramic dolls with faces painted like sugar skulls, received an invitation one spring to hand deliver the biggest order he’d ever seen. He […]

“The Red Light Room” by María Entrialgo María Entrialgo has a degree from the University of Oviedo specializing in Archeology and European Middle Ages History. As a writer she has collaborated with Spanish artists. Nowadays she is secretary in an english academy in her city, Gijón. She also writes at http://mariaentrialgoe.wordpress.com. Leave a comment, donate, […]

I can’t tell her age to any degree, her face is only a little lined and her hair is deep stringy tar black, but the mass, the sheer volume of things in the room suggests she’s ancient, impossibly old. Her voice is a little raspy, as though she’s unused to talking, though I can’t imagine […]

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 What […]