I was on the Larry King Live…

Cyberpunk, the 80s, & getting paid in comics–these are just a few of the topics discussed when I appeared on the The Larry King Show live. No, no, no…not THAT Larry King! The Larry King who talks comics online and has the most wonderful of southern accents. Also along for the ride are Kat Rocha […] Read More

An open letter to Mark Waid.

Dear Mark, Please hate me. Hate me, scorn me, demand conventions ban me, and all the rest. I’m dead serious! It’s not that I have anything against you personally. I enjoyed Kingdom Come and thought Irredeemable was pretty okay. If anything, you could consider me a lukewarm fan your older work. So why do I […] Read More

REVIEW: Brutal

Maybe it’s Tolkien’s popularity that is to blame. All the cookie cutter stories of elves and orcs, and wizards with dumb hats. Or maybe it’s all those damn multi-novel epics that require twenty-plus years of an author’s life to complete. Or it could just be the genre’s tendency towards “it happened because fuck you it’s […] Read More

Library Journal reviews Casefile: Arkham!

Today sees a major step forward for the Casefile: Arkham series as “Her Blood Runs Cold” has been reviewed by Library Journal–the go to source for librarians. This greatly increases the chances of the book showing up in your local library (always a good thing). LJ REVIEWS ON APRIL 5, 2018 Casefile: Arkham series as […] Read More

“Live from New York it’s…”

OR: how my mom tried to kill me with Adam Sandler movies. Last week Patrick & I joined the guys at the Canned Air Podcast to discuss the impact Saturday Night Live had on us growing up, as well as some talk about Casefile Arkham series. In the first half hour we discuss the classic SNL, […] Read More

The Darkest of Life Lessons

What’s it like to be shot? To nearly die? To live and work as author with chronic nightmares and post-traumatic stress? To say the This Is Horror Podcast took some strange and very dark turns when they interviewed me recently would understatement. I’m sure at some point we intended to talk more about my work, […] Read More

“I’m too lazy to be a serial killer…”

TraCee, the mastermind behind Chicago’s SCRM Radio, said this to Patrick and I shortly after introducing herself. Then she went on to describe in meticulous detail the many ways to kill people and get away with it, then added, “You know, but that’s just too much damn work. So I just think about it at […] Read More