Category Archives: Other People’s Projects

Reading from a Dead & Weirdo Novel | Throwback: 2015

On April 6, 2015, I read from a work in progress at Noir at the Bar – Baltimore, held at Mi Ranchito in the Hollins Market neighborhood. Fellow readers included Nik Korpon, Phillip Thompson, Damien Walters, Jessica McHugh, Eryk Pruitt … Continue reading

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Get Involved | #GotZombie Campaign

Spread the word and get involved —> take your most creative pictures of your copy of ZOMBIE and email no more than 3 to the following email address: zombiebarker AT gmail DOT com. Your picture(s) can be a selfie holding … Continue reading

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Laws of Gravity Ruined My Life

Laws of Gravity is a 1992 American crime drama film This movie ruined me. The grittiness, the realism, the chaos, the insanity, Brooklyn in the ’90’s, my first introduction to Edie Falco before she was Edie Falco, the vacant streets, … Continue reading

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“ONLY IN THE DARK” | RIP Jason Molina

Jason Molina is gone. I was introduced to Jason Molina’s music a few years ago by a dear friend, Tod Goldberg, who shares a freakishly like-minded musical brain. He recommended I start with the album “Trials and Errors” —> a … Continue reading

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Three Little Nerds

When I started writing, the only other person I knew who loved language as much as me and studied fiction like a nerd like me was my beautiful wife. She and I would sit across from one another at our … Continue reading

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