By checking P5ych’s twitter I found a clever short story about alien visitors. Read this untitled story over at Secrets of Mysteries!
Here is one of those insects again, enslaved for science and for our amusement. Or for our encreepment.
I used to think that Europeans were just more ruthless than others, but apparently it was British coal that gave us what we have today.
Today is Kristian Nygård’s birthday, and he claimed that the best gift would be to spread the word of his comic Optipess. So I figured I might as well do so by cutting up one of his pantomime strips and turning it into a square. I feel that it’s pretty representative of his work, and it features the ‘glasses guy’ who is sort of the main character. But I should also link to what I believe is Kristian’s most prominent work.
I just found this short series of videos about Jerry and his life of horrors. I guess it was ‘acclaimed’ or something back in 2007. Funny and disturbing stories at any rate. I never knew. Maybe if I took the time to check out Newgroundz every once in a while, but time is limited, and the internet is vast.
I was planning to link to Mike Bennett’s excellent podcast novels a long time ago, but apparently I never got around to it. I think I was looking for a video that was mentioned in one podcast, but then I never found it. Or something. But now he’s running an Indiegogo fund raiser to print his latest novel, Underwood and Flinch. It’s an unorthodox vampire novel about a rather orthodox vampire. And his other stories are quite good too. Or bloody great, if I am to be completely honest. And his reading of them is excellent. Top quality. Definitely something you should consider listening to if you have ears.