Inhuman Swill : Page 12
Why is my blog called Inhuman Swill? Because you can unscramble the pieces to make William Shunn.

Slipstream

In his most personal role ever, Anthony Hopkins dares audiences to assemble the pieces of an aging screenwriter’s fractured mind.  read

Full chapbook cover

Mattias Adolfsson has posted his full original cover art for my upcoming chapbook in his blog: Great stuff! And John Klima has some nice things to say about both the art and the chapbook itself over at his blog. The...  read

Cut and pasted without hands

I'm not sure what Parables Publishing is up to, putting the entire text of their "classic" LDSF anthologies online. I guess they're trying to drum up some publicity for their long-overdue fourth volume of science fiction for Mormons. Good luck...  read

Cast in cold type

I've sold a book! Well, half a book, anyway. A dark fantasy novella, to be precise. According to my records, it was over four years ago that Derryl Murphy dropped me a note that said: I've had this idea rattling...  read

Cashback

This film review was originally published online at Science Fiction Weekly, July 27, 2007. C+ Ben Willis (Sean Biggerstaff) can’t seem to get to sleep. His gorgeous girlfriend Suzy (Michelle Ryan) dumped him two weeks ago after a terrible fight,...  read

King Kong

An off-off-Broadway production brings the Eighth Wonder of the World to the most intimate stage of them all—the stage of the mind.  read

Ella and the invisible hounds of hell

Ella the Wonder Dog saves the day again, this time warning the Invisible Hounds of Hell away from Astoria before they can instantiate a doorway into our dimension. ...  read

Casting a cold eye upon the waters

I have cast a new novella, "Cast a Cold Eye," written in collaboration with and at the instigation of Derryl Murphy, out upon the postal waters. Sail, little ghost story! Sail swiftly to your destination, and on those leeward shores...  read

The best morning of my professional career so far

I woke up this morning to find an inbox flooded with congratulations on being nominated for the Hugo Award! Okay, so the majority of them were copies of one email from Greg Van Eekhout that inexplicably keeps getting redelivered, but...  read

First Snow

In this pensive new thriller, Guy Pearce discovers to his dismay that sometimes a fortune teller’s predictions are no snow job.  read
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