Saturday, March 24, 2012

Free Kindle Books, Today and Tomorrow Only

My historical screenplay Watching People Burn is a fictional portrayal of the worst school massacre in U.S. history, which happened -- shockingly -- in rural Michigan in 1927.

My short story The Slave Factory examines a rarely discussed element of the Atlantic slave trade -- the slave factory -- and how slavery warps the psychology of both slave and master alike.

Both are available for free on Kindle this weekend (24-25 March). Go download!

Watching People Burn

The Slave Factory

Monday, March 12, 2012

More Yelena, More Miracleman

Even though I've been lax in updating this blog, I've been plenty busy.

Today, chapter 8 of The Many Lives of Yelena Moulin, my aggressive, sexy, existential sci-fi novella, is up on Martian Lit. As usual, it's accompanied by stunning original art of the great Doug Smock, and I particularly love his illustration for this chapter.

Also today, the 11th installment in my analysis of Alan Moore's Miracleman is up on Sequart. This concludes my look at the future interlude "The Yesterday Gambit" and brings me through Warrior #4.

In other news, Sequart's Teenagers from the Future: Essays on the Legion of Super-Heroes is now on Kindle. And Sequart's newest documentary film, Comics in Focus: The Image Revolution, is on Kickstarter.

I've been working way too hard on the final edits of my literary-transgressive novel, Nira/Sussa. It's grueling, and it continues to be so. But it's wrapping up, I assure you.

Many thanks for your support.