The Death Thing release from Double Life Press has been a wild and fun ride, for sure. I've done a number of readings and performances in support of Death Thing's release in Austin, TX. There will be many more.
I'm starting to look to the road, though. My good friend, Francois Pointeau, is hitting the road in an RV to do performances and sell his book and, hopefully, make a living. He's braver than I am. I can't live in an RV. I'd rather live across the street from a Whataburger. I may be joining him for some performances. He's heading west first. He's also starting a new podcast called The Rolling Chateau. It should be pretty damn good.
There have been a number of positive Death Thing reviews. Here's the list I have so far:
It's been an exciting ride so far.
Tonight I'll be at Opal Divine's for Noir at the Bar. Here's a Q&A I did with BookPeople's MysteryPeople.
I read Flesh House for the first time ever live at the Whip In for Bastille Day. I'm told there will be a podcast posted of it. I could hear the crowd undulating in disgust. It was magnificent.
If you've kept up with me in Austin you know that my favorite fucking band in the whole world is Austin's own THE IF ONLYS. When I was doing Slagdrop, they were the band we went to for every one of our parties. We collaborated on writing Margaret & the Infestation as a play (more news on that very soon.) We did Two Cowboys Settle a Dispute as a live play. They released their album. This whole fucking paragraph is a link to their album. Pay what you want but don't be an asshole. Throw down a ten-spot, dogg.