On Wednesday, April 8th, I’ll be doing the first of two nights hosting the live auctions at the Rumble House and I’m very excited to be heading back. The Gorilla House Art Gallery was my home away from home, right up until it closed it’s doors in December of 2013. When the gallery was reborn […]Read more "Bassano del Grappa Returns to the Rumble House"
Ready to be held and read! Also available in digital formats (pre-order here). But these will be available at the official book launch in April and at Comic Con, so stay tuned for more details!Read more "They’re here!"
It’s official! Tale Tales of the Weird West hits e-shelves on April 7 – you can pre-order copies here. There’s also going to be a big kickoff release party bash on April 12, so watch this space for more details and goodies to come.Read more "Tall Tales of the Weird West Pre-order and Release Party"
After I posted about a current work-in-progress featuring backpackers in Europe, travel writer Bani Amor passed through this digital space. Over successive drafts of this manuscript I am wrestling with some of the same issues that Bani raises on her own blog, Everywhere All of the Time, in an interview with Cape Town-based poet and […]Read more "Disrupting the Dominant Voice of Travel Writing – Bani Amor"
Deville coffee and memories of Europe. I’ve always got a couple of projects on the go, but a recent trip to France and Belgium saw me dust off a draft of an old manuscript from a few year’s back. It’s about two brothers backpacking through Europe. As you can tell from all the ink, this […]Read more "This week’s writing brought to you by"
I’m happy to announce that my short story “Dinner in Carcosa” will be appearing in the upcoming Coffin Hop Press anthology Tall Tales of the Weird West: The Horse Always Gets It First, a collection of wild west yarns that tip the hat to primordial chthonic prairie madness. “Dinner in Carcosa” features a young insurance […]Read more "The Horse Always Gets It First"
Tucked between two buildings across the street from the Mewata Armory downtown, Gorilla House fans have welcomed the return of Rich Theroux’s Live Art Wednesday Nights. While the new digs are operating under the moniker of The Rumble House, inside the community vibe continues. Come on down for 7:00 pm as local artists gather to hear […]Read more "Gorilla House Resurrected as Rumble House"