Since I announced the online magazine Babou 691 three weeks ago, Editor Amy M. Vaughn and I have received amazing feedback. From pitches and submissions for articles to those wishing to join our staff—we currently have two staff reviewers and five columnists—as well as a number of questions. So I thought Amy and I would … Continue reading Babou 691 Q & A
I am thrilled to announce the launch of an online magazine called Babou 691 this September! What does that mean? Author Amy M. Vaughn and I have been working together to bring you “Babou 691”—a site dedicated to the surreal and the bizarre in literature, film, and art. Imagine the content of this blog, but … Continue reading Announcement: New Magazine!
Back in 2015, I was starved for the bizarre. I had yet to discover bizarro fiction and so I searched endlessly for anything to sate my obsession. It so happened that I attended the “Pop Departures” exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum around that time. Among the Warhols and Lichtensteins was a small curtained-off room … Continue reading Bizarre Film: Comma Boat
There are few film genres that I consistently enjoy. However, Toho’s kaiju films (“kaiju” meaning giant monsters à la Godzilla) have always been my favorites with nary a bad movie among them. Of these monsters, for me Mothra reigns supreme. For those who don’t know, Mothra is a giant rainbow-winged moth who unlike other kaiju … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned: Rebirth of Mothra Trilogy