Birthmark, Redux

I previously posted about a play I adapted from Hawthorne’s The Birthmark way back in 1998 (I think) and shared some photos.  

During the story, the “mad scientist” Aylmer photographs his wife Georgina, so our actor actually took a photo during the … Continue reading

A few words from the critics….

Le Colber

Here’s either some shameless self-promotion or just some plain ol’ Johnny Hustle.  Hopefully you don’t see this as smarmy tooting of my own horn.  I just want you to read the book!  Two of these blurbs have already appeared on the blog but … Continue reading

Links to Links

Got some referrals recently:

The Knights of the Golden Circle blog reproduced Lone Star Republics orignally here.

Big League Politics referred to Freemasonries: David Henry X°, Clandestinity and Recognition in What Was Kamala Harris Staffer And His M… Continue reading

My Name is Toni

My friend Waithira Francis has published a book entitled My Name is Toni, which I intend to review on LoS when time permits.

I was supposed to read and review it before publishing for a back cover quote, but alas, I was just too busy to finish the boo… Continue reading

Controversy Is Romantic At A Distance: An Interview With Boyd Rice

I saw this interview on the morning of 11/13 in Stereo Embers magazine but by the evening it had disappeared without a trace.  I tried to contact the magazine to ask why but got no response.  So, fuck it, I got a copy and am posting it here until they … Continue reading