Category: art


With some stories it is the art that arrives with you first; with some it is the words – neither of these is a bad thing, they just speak of different techniques perhaps, but with Invisible Inc from Brendan McGinley Read more…


Check out this great resource for independent writers and fans of independent literature. Have an independently produced book, cd or any other kind of media? Then this is the place you need to be. Click the image to go to Read more…


Loom is brought to you by five creative spirits who are weaving together their separate visions into a unique experience that combines fiction, art, photography, music, and poetry. Loom offers something for everyone. Please go and check it out.


I’d like to point you all in the direction of Paul Squire’s blog. No matter what he says he is a scholar and a gentleman — a provider of good advice, strategical application of spurs and provider of interesting angles Read more…


My wife’s BFF, all-round good guy and fucking polymath talent, artist and poet Mike Padilla has a book out and though I have been a bit slow to hip you all to it — here you go: Click The Book Read more…


I found this strip through Daniel Merlin Goodbrey who is also the writer on Necessary Monsters another site which I check on regularly. Noble’s artwork is perhaps an acquired taste but one which I found myself getting hooked on pretty Read more…


I have to admit to knowing very little about the real Helen Keller, but she is one of those people whose names floats around the ether and is known even if you don’t know exactly what she is famous for. Read more…


musehick Posted using ShareThis a timeline from this cool thing called diggity — click the link to check it out


Last week the gun was fired — this week the projectiles hit their target. You know what the first thought was that popped into my head? Too damned easy. And a full on frontal assault against a group like the Read more…


It remains for me and a lot of people, including Mike Mignola the creator of Hellboy, the preserve of the comic books which spawned him to explore the true nature and depths of the character. I think my first exposure Read more…