Category: writers


Watching the film isn’t exactly what I would call a pleasure trip – it was a sad sad journey. The acting was brilliant and the movie was unflinching, and this was my experience for the longest time of this story. Read more…


If Warren Ellis doesn’t qualify as an experimental writer then I am not sure who does. But perhaps that term is reserved for those who push to the point of abstraction where it becomes hard to follow the writer up Read more…


I watched the film, Fincher’s film, before I got to read this, and it is also then, perhaps obvious that I managed to avoid the hype surrounding it. I had read an article about Larsson and the situation that his Read more…


                                          There are some books where it is the ending that blows you away, and there are other books where Read more…


I read all kinds of books – why? Because I like to find things out. Would I have hunted this book out or even picked it up in the normal course of things? No, probably not. The way it came Read more…


Out Of The Gutter never pulls any punches and Issue 5 is no exception. If you like your fiction mean and dirty; want writing that has that gut-churning authenticity which keeps you coming back for more, then this is the Read more…


Go and check out my friend R. Monaleza’s newly redesigned site. For everyone who is into spoken word, poetry, fiction, anything creative to do with the written word this is the place to be. Poephics


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…