This is something I got tagged for on Facebook. Since I’m feeling lazy, I figured I would just port it over here for today’s post. I’m not tagging anybody here but feel free to leave a comment about any particular album or song that sticks with you.
Archive for August, 2010
Posted by jamesviscosi on August 29, 2010
Posted by jamesviscosi on August 22, 2010
So this weekend I saw “The Brothers Bloom”, a caper movie along the lines of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”, only with a little more jaundice. I say “I” saw it because my wife was not around for it, which means I can’t say how long it took her to fall asleep, so I’ll just have to estimate it instead.
Posted in Comedies, Reviews | Tagged: adrien brody, capers, comedies, con men, dirty rotten scoundrels, mark ruffalo, maximillian schell, Movies, rachel weisz, Reviews, rinko kikuchi, robbie coltrane, the brothers bloom | 2 Comments »
Posted by Dennis the Vizsla on August 15, 2010
So of course writing isn’t ALL rejection letters. At least, one hopes it isn’t. Case in point: One of my favorite short stories, “Singletrack”, which appeared in Greg Gifune’s magazine “The Edge”. And as a special yummy treat for those who have been knocking around the Internet as long as I have, please note the Geocities URL in the letter.
Posted in horror, Short Stories, Writing | Tagged: greg gifune, happy endings, horror, monsters, mountain biking, nom nom nom, revisions, Short Stories, singletrack, the adirondacks, the edge, unhappy endings, write what you want to write | 2 Comments »
Posted by jamesviscosi on August 8, 2010
From the “I’m Chevy Chase And You’re Not” Department:
Posted by jamesviscosi on August 1, 2010
The results are in and we have a new winner for Scene of the Month: Father’s Books, another of my unpublished horror novels. Although (unlike perennial winner The Wolf) this one is finished, I’ve decided to stick with doing the scenes in order; and because the first scene is so short, I’ve decided to include two of them.