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As the Crow Flies

Nov 02, 2010 in Short Stories

Andrew Vachss uses storytelling to teach, to protect, and to make the world a better place. This week, we celebrate the publication of his new novel, The Weight, with an original story and much more to come. 1. Alfred Hitchcock is dead. He’s lying there dead, and I don’t know what to do about it. […]

Midnight Oil

Oct 31, 2010 in Short Stories, Writing

As a special Halloween treat, we have a short story from Xeric-Award winning graphic novelist Neil Kleid. The perfect fit for the occasion. Enjoy! Patrick Checker lost his mind sometime between final count and lights out. Frank Day, horror novelist and convicted Communist sympathizer, wouldn’t have minded except that he was sitting across from Checker […]

B & E: A Frank Armstrong Story (Part II)

Oct 27, 2010 in Short Stories

Frank Armstrong is the star of Joshua Hale Fialkov’s acclaimed graphic novel, Tumor. “B&E: A Frank Armstrong Story”  follows Frank’s continuing adventures in prose, with original illustrations from Noel Tuazon. Missed Part I? Start reading here. The address was in the canyons, and I don’t have a car, so I catch a bus up to […]

B & E: A Frank Armstrong Story

Oct 26, 2010 in Short Stories

Frank Armstrong is the star of Joshua Hale Fialkov’s acclaimed graphic novel, Tumor. Stop by today and tomorrow on MulhollandBooks.com for Frank’s continuing adventures in prose, with original illustrations from Noel Tuazon. Thursday at the King Eddy is just like every other day.  Except this Thursday is what they call Everybody’s Payday.  It’s that rare […]