League of Space Pirates

So I must consider Noah Scalin a pretty damn awesome and consistent creative partner. He has done a book cover for us, I have worked with his father, and I continually collaborate with him.  This time it is with his League of Space Pirates project.  They have an album out, we have several local authorsContinue reading “League of Space Pirates”

The Memorial Library of Kenton J. Stanfield

Curators Thea Duskin and Noah Scalin are pleased to present a recreation of the study of Kenton J. Stanfield (1890 – 1937?) displaying unusual artifacts from his collection, as well as the enigmatic state it was in at the time of his disappearance. Curators Thea Duskin and Noah Scalin are pleased to present a recreationContinue reading “The Memorial Library of Kenton J. Stanfield”

Art Installation project at Chop Suey Books

Recently, my friend Noah Scalin asked if I would like to write some back story to a mysterious art installation he and Ghostprint Gallery‘s Thea Duskin were going to be working on in February. Without giving too much away, the installation will run about 6 weeks in the exhibit room at Chop Suey Books. My writingContinue reading “Art Installation project at Chop Suey Books”

New projects in the works

Several things to do!   First, a top secret sci-fi project with Skull-A-Day and friend Noah Scalin.  Expected to come to fruition by the end of the year. Also, I have been co-writing lately with another good friend, Alane Miles. We have produced a zine called “The Atheist and her Spiritual Advisor”, a kind of seriesContinue reading “New projects in the works”

Richmond Young Writers Summer Workshop

We had a teriffic time.  A group of ingeniously creative kids, Julie Geen, and myself talked about environment, and how environment can and should be treated just as a character in your horror story.  A perfect recent example is Lemony Snicket’s new childrens book called The Dark. Delightfuly illustrated by Jon Klassen of “I wantContinue reading “Richmond Young Writers Summer Workshop”

Richmond Young Writers Summer Workshops

Richmond Young Writers are a great group of people.  They offer writing sessions nearly all year round to young aspiring writers ages 8-17.  A creative bunch, not only the instructors, but the kids that show up as well.  I was lucky last year to be able to be a guest writer with my pal, JulieContinue reading “Richmond Young Writers Summer Workshops”