THE PAUL LEE COVEY EXPERIENCE

Crimespree #64.jpg
Bathrobe. Fifth of Tanqueray. Remote control. A thousand channels of nothing.

Paul Lee Covey is a faded musician with a ghost in his closet that comes back to haunt him. This story came out in October 2016 in Crimespee Magazine #64. Wrote it in DC back in the summer of 2014. Get it here.

A KINDNESS

Question: What's going to happen to you when a Good Samaritan saves your life by murdering another man in front of your eyes? Answer: Nothing good, my friend.

This tale is dedicated to Dominic Cabot, who actually does nice things for no reason. Special thanks to Jack Getze at Spinetingler Magazine, who rejected me so many times I was determined to get one by him. Thanks, Jack.

Available in Spinetingler now. 

PAWNED

 
 

What do you do if you lose a psychopath's dog? If you're Little Johnny Stuckey, you steal a suitcase and try to pawn it and make enough money to buy a new one. Except, if you're Little Johnny Stuckey, nothing you do ever turns out right.

Read Pawned in Crime Factory's super-sized, super magnificent Issue 17.

Thank you Jimmy, Cameron, Liam and Andrew for giving depravity such a fine home.

FIRE PISSER: The LEGEND OF THE NAGA VIPER out in Pulp MOdern

 
Pulp Modern9.jpg
 
Dangerous women populate the pages of this super-charged, double-sized issue of Pulp Modern! From little girls luring old perverts to their deaths to shape-shifting women in the wild west, your appetite for new, engaging fiction will be thoroughly satisfied!

Cordville, New Mexico. 1890. Population 462. The dregs of the California gold rush versus a Crow girl with a fire-spitting vulva. Inspired by true events in the life of Nicholas Sparks.

Now available from Pulp Modern!