WILLIAM DeGEEST

Squirt gun full of poison

Manawaker Studio’s Flash Fiction Podcast: “Visitor at the Door” Is UP!

I posted a bit ago (link) about this and here is it! Couldn’t be happier with CB Droege’s performance. Thank you, sir! Also on iTunes and at the Manawaker site.

Please check out Manawaker Studio and if you enjoyed it would be great if you shared!

 

 

 

AN ORC RIDING A DINOSAUR

You heard me.

Springtime in South Dakota!

Outside the front door. I swear there is a house on the right.

Screen grab from the KELO Miller downtown cam

Screen grab from the KELO Miller courthouse cam

“Visitor At The Door” Soon To Be Part Of Manawaker Studio’s Flash Fiction Podcast!

Manawaker Studio’s Flash Fiction Podcast has chosen my story “Visitor At The Door” for an upcoming podcast!

CB Droege is the editor and narrator of the podcast. He is a talented voice actor and I am very much looking forward to hearing him read my story. Check out his personal site were you can find links and information about him and his work.

Manawaker Studio is completely supported through Patreon so if you like what he is doing, throw a couple of bucks his way.

Information about air date will be posted when I get the info.

 

Midwest Apocalypse Anthology

Quick post to announce that Full Circle Book Co-op has chosen my short story, “Day Late, Armageddon Short” to be in their debut anthology, Midwest Apocalypse.

Not sure on the exact release date yet but probably won’t shut up about it when it is announced.

Red Headed Stranger – Carla Bozulich

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On May 1st, 1975, the album Red Headed Stranger by Willie Nelson was released. A mix of  covers and originals, it was a concept album telling the tale of a red haired preacher who is done wrong and in his grief and anger, does some wrong himself.

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The 2017 Bram Stoker Award Final Ballot and Gwendolyn Kiste!

When I finally joined the whole internet nonsense three years ago one of the things that happened is that I found out about writer Gwendolyn Kiste.

Her name would pop-up on Facebook from time to time, always with people I went to school with at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh. I quickly deduced (’cause I’m schmaht like that) that she was married to a former schoolmate who, perhaps wisely, has eschewed social media. He was one of the 1400 Bills that were there at the time. Largest concentration in the nation in 1991.

Well, turns out Gwendolyn was a writer. And being a reader, I read some of her stuff and really dug it and let her know and… KAPOW, internet friendship was born. Well, acquaintance anyway. I don’t want to speak for her.

So over the past few years she has been productive as all get out and last year released her first collection of stories, And Her Smile Will Untether the Universe.

Today the final ballot for the 2017 Bram Stoker Awards was announced and in the category of Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection is that book. That is pretty. god. damned. fantastic.

I wish Gwendolyn the best of luck and no matter what happens (you goin’ down, Joe Hill!) she has a reader for life in me.

Get this collection. And her recent book Pretty Marys All in a Row. You won’t regret it.

The Visitor at the Door

Adam sat at the kitchen table. His elbow firmly planted on its surface, hand of the same arm holding up his head. A sigh escaped his mouth as he slowly blinked.

“I’m so bored.” He drew out the so.

“Nothing ever happens around here,” the twelve year old said to the empty room.

Minutes ticked away.

Three loud knocks came from the door.

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I’ve Never Had A Nickname Stick

Will this be the one?

Thank you to John Moe and The Obligation, performing JUNE 19 / 7:30 p.m. at

JUNGLE THEATER
(612) 822-7063
2951 LYNDALE AVE S MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55408

LINK

If you go, tell me about it. Make me jealous.

SiouxperCon 2017 Part Two: Hey! I Didn’t Make A Fool Of Myself!

Or did I? Meh, probably.

Part one HERE.

The guests at the con were a darn fine line-up of talent and as cool as everybody was, I think even the other guests would say the top of the heap was the multi-Eisner award wining creator of the fantastic comic Fables, Bill Willingham! If you haven’t read Fables, you should.

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