New Article at Terror House Press: “Following the Patterns — An Interview with Ewa Mazierska”

I interview Ewa Mazierska, the author of Love Cycles, over at Terror House Press:

Unhappy relationships are more interesting and easier to describe than happy ones. In happiness we are similar; in misery we are different. Secondly, it somehow happened that friends told me these stories, even if not exactly how I retold them. I came myself from a family where love didn’t last, either due to death (both my grandmothers lost their husbands during the Second World War), differences in character and so on. Most of my friends are divorced or single and the more fit this pattern the older I get. Hence I’m accustomed the idea that finding happiness in love is very difficult. Yet because of biology and culture, most people seek it often till the end of their lives.

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New Poem at Misery Tourism: “Rosszlányok”

My poem “Rosszlányok,” an excerpt from my forthcoming poetry chapbook Sex Pest, has been published at Misery Tourism:

Miklós Horthy went to orgies
János Kádár liked leather
Ferenc Szálasi was executed
for being vanilla
Imre Nagy died for the right
to fuck
Gyurcsány loses elections
because he’s faithful to his wife
Szél was laughed out of Parliament
because she couldn’t cum…

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New Article at Terror House Press: “Beyond Your Imagination — An Interview with Mencius Moldbugman”

I interview Mencius Moldbugman, the author of Unsqualified Preservations, over at Terror House Press:

There should be no limitations on how stories are presented. Writers should seek out as many different mediums as possible to present their work. To this day, I remain impressed by the work of the mysterious _9MOTHER9HORSE9EYES9, who wrote a bizarre science fiction story that took place across the comment section of random Reddit posts. If you have never read this intriguing piece of literature, then you should check it out. The usage of the medium adds to the substance of the story. I want to see more of this. I want epic literature pieced together from graffiti smeared on the walls of Harvard. I want a tale that has to be put together from OnlyFans comments. The possibilities are endless.

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New Poem at Terror House Magazine: “Slave Morality”

My poem “Slave Morality” has been published at Terror House Magazine:

Some people read Culture of Critique
and become Nazis
I read it and decided
to join the winning side
I’m already circumcised
so I’ll have a ceremonial bris
where James Deen
sucks me off…

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New Poem in The Peach: “Ingmar”

My poem “Ingmar” was recently published in the first issue of The Peach, a print journal focusing on erotic short stories, poems, and artwork. The Peach is edited by Patrick Kilgore, a frequent contributor to Terror House Magazine and the author of the poetry chapbook Spectres of Saturn, published by Terror House Press last year. Issue one of The Peach also features contributions from other notable writers and artists such as Arbogast, Mark Parsons, Neil Cypress, and many more.

You can purchase a copy of The Peach here. Only 50 copies of issue one were printed and they’re selling out fast, so you better hurry!

New Article at Terror House Press: “Spells and Shadows — An Interview with Justin Geoffrey”

I interview Justin Geoffrey, author of Terror House’s forthcoming release Full Moon Reaction, at Terror House Press:

I put those in there to counterbalance the occultism and weirdness. I show, through writing, how dull and milquetoast the contemporary world has become. We are surrounded by incredible cybernetic technologies, and yet most do not use them for much more than vapid entertainment. Also, with “Dating,” I wanted to pull back the curtain and display just how charmless modern romance has become.

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