Talking about the ending of a film, book or story, we know that everyone has an opinion. Was it stupid? Was it great? Did you understand it? In my latest Labyrinth Creators Journal I continue to obsess about it in my writing, and we hear from British writing legend Ramsey Campbell. 1100 people have discovered the fun and interesting blog that makes you think.

View Post


This Labyrinth Creators Journal goes into my second and most discussed short story, STOKER’S BENEFACTOR, and takes us to Dublin Castle in Ireland. Read the popular journal that folks are finding a quick, entertaining read. Bram Stoker will be happy you did.


My new entry to the Labyrinth Creators Journal at The Immortal Artist discusses the time early in my writing career that I had my own private library through membership in a mystical cabal. I go up against an unwavering brigade of staunch guardians. Read the short, fun blog that nearly a thousand people have discovered.




Newest in my Labyrinth Creators Journal brings us face to face with the Ghost of a Vermont Inn, and a startlingly “woke” staring contest with a gentle spirit. Hundreds have read the blog that made the Covid summer less of a slog. Why not take ten minutes and join in in the fun? Put your email in above to learn first hand of the entries. Bless you. Below is my Max, in winter coat, in our backyard cemetery.



My exploration of the occult when I began writing takes me into sessions with a high-priced MEDIUM in my latest Labyrinth Creators Journal. Have you ever projected something for yourself that was granted to you? Have you felt that you really have no control over that? Did the saving grace arrive at the right time? Please read the short and stimulating journal some Canadians call, “always thought provoking.”

My latest entry to the Labyrinth Creators Journal at The Immortal Artist is the first in a series tackling how dreams may influence our artistic endeavors, and stepping into the world of lucid dreaming. These essays are quick, ten minutes tops, and your mind shall be poked for today. Do catch up and be entertained. I thank you.


Wherein I discuss the nature of art, a writer’s possible schizophrenia, and other everyday concerns. Guest starring Bowie, Sonologyst, Walter Mosley and the edge of sanity.


My latest installment of the Labyrinth Project Creator’s Journal is live now. This one may make you think for a bit, as we all have to face this question eventually. I particularly hope you check this one out.

This is a promo tease for the upcoming Cosmic Horrors project, in which I attempt to narrate some of my story “Assault at Innsmouth” with music by KLOOB and created by Raffaele Pezzella (SONOLYGIST), for Eighth Tower Records.


am on the ground floor of a project coming out of Italy, which will involve the merging of dark fiction with dark audio soundscapes. My story “Assault at Innsmouth” and the work of many other great writers will be involved. This will encompass a print and digital anthology of Cosmic Horrors, as well as an audio book of the works professionally linked with background ambiance. From there who knows where it can lead. All of this through the auspices of Raffaele Pezzella (Sonolygist) at Eighth Tower Records. Go here and listen for an example of the sound work: