The Exploration Issue

SCHLOCK’s EXPLORATION issue is out and it features two illustrations from yours truly. There’s one for K C Wilder’s #260: Dark Entomology and another for Bettina Borġ Cardona’s Oneiros and I. Pic on the left is from the former, the excerpt below from the latter. He’d spent the last few days wide-eyed and alone, wandering…

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The Day the Pod Stood Still

Over at SCHLOCK is podcast number 2. As its predecessor, it is replete with yummies ranging from flash fiction to comics to films to an exclusive Schlock Troupe sketch. It’s interesting, it’s funny, creepy and whacky.  What else do you wish for on a Sunday morning? CLICK HERE to listen to the Podcast.

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Faerie Schlinks

The May schlinks is up and it’s all about fairy-tales. The jubilant royal couplet, determined on being one with all the social strata in their kingdom, refrained not from having a Cthulhu-themed princess displaying a headpiece that subtly hints at the mighty antediluvian deity.

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Casting the first Pod

Last Saturday SCHLOCK magazine published its first Podcast. It’s 47 minutes and 41 seconds of stories (read by the authors themselves) interspersed with film reviews that cover True Grit (2010), Rango (2011), Black Swan (2010) and Sunset Boulevard (1950). Yours truly contributed in the discussion about Darren Aronofsky‘s film. Also, yesterday there was a round-up…

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The Prehistory Issue

Schlock’s first quarterly for 2011 is up. I illustrated M Shaw’s The Further Adventures of Vance Headstrong and His Time-Travelling Bicycle. When I came to, I was looking at something like a penguin. I was immediately terrified—I think I screamed–shrilly because the creature towered above me. Granted, I was sitting down, sprawled across a chair-like…

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