Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Austin Chronicle

What a strange feeling to be on the cover of the Austin Chronicle. It's the Austin Bible. Holy cow.

Francois Pointeau wrote a very cool article on my work here.

If you're landing here because you read the Austin Chronicle article, welcome!

I'm having a release party for my novella, Bangface and the Gloryhole, at Radio Coffee and Beer on Sunday, April 24th at 7pm. We'll have a real live gloryhole replica set up and we'll check in on it every now and then to see what the hell is coming out of it throughout the event.

My good friend and weirdo-collaborator, Cheryl Couture, will be hosting the show and my other good friend and amazing musician, Luke Malone, will provide the tunes.

You can pick any of my books up at BookPeople or you can just sit on your hands and buy it directly from me at the event. You can also support mega-corporations (if you're into that kind of thing) and buy my books on Amazon.

My first chapbook of short stories, Toilet Stories From Outer Space, will be free on Amazon for five days starting on Friday. 

Holy cow.

I love Austin.

I know, I know, I know everyone from California moves here and builds condos and all that kind of stuff but I'm glad you overlooked my millions of dollars for development and bulldozing preschools and accepted me as an Austinite.

Devaki Knowles was the photographer and the photos came out great even though the whole time I was questioning every small aspect of my life and counting mosquito bites. It was fun.

Everything is great.

Come to the Bangface release party! It will be fun! It will be weird! We'll all have a grand time!

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Here's some shit to put your eyeballs on

Bangface & the Gloryhole slipped out early, as mentioned a million times before but if you still haven't bought a copy, click anywhere on this sentence and do it!

You might prefer a signed and doodled in copy. If so, click here.

I was pleasantly surprised when my folks called to tell me they Googled me and found some good press in the Long Beach Press-Telegram, no less! Click here to read the little shout out they give to Death Thing. 

Author and friend, Neal Pollack wrote a hilarious piece about everyone you know's opinion on the election. I live in Texas. I already voted. The election drags on. It's good for a laugh despite your own loud political opinions.