Category Archives

Fiction

The Law and the Profits

In ret­ro­spect, maybe traf­fick­ing souls for the raw mate­r­i­al to dis­guise her own was the mis­take…

Cities of Emerald, Deserts of Gold

I avoid the gold­en lands, where the wind trav­els alone for miles…

Man of Bone and Fame

His fees were high but his fail­ure rate was low…

If God Is Watching

I killed a man when I was 13…

Stories I Tell to Friends

As a kid I had a crush on Cap­tain Kan­ga­roo…”

Lovecraft in Brooklyn

The scratch­ing in the walls both­ered one room­mate in par­tic­u­lar…

More Dark

On the after­noon train from Pough­keep­sie to New York City for a thing at the Krem­lin Bar — John and me and an emp­ty seat that should’ve been Jack’s…

Nick Kaufmann, Last of the Red-Hot Superwhores

Every farm­boy was a red-hot super­whore once upon a time…

Gaslight

We first heard about the child one evening at The Mon­day After­noon Club from old Mat­ter­son, last heir to an empire of sweat­shops …