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On March 5, 1953, Joseph Jugashvili, also known as Stalin, died at Kuntsevo, a dacha outside Moscow, after a nearly 30-year reign that left millions dead and changed world history … Continue reading
I have been acutely sick for the last three days, and off-and-on ill for most of the month of October, which is why this blog hasn’t been updated since Sunday … Continue reading
Tonight I’m going to watch Nosferatu, the silent German expressionist horror film that is a loose adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I watch this film around Halloween time every year, and I’m … Continue reading
So, I’m writing my new horror book, which is titled Doppelgänger. (You may remember me calling for beta readers a while back). Doppelgänger takes place mostly in New York in the year … Continue reading
Fourteen years ago, an innovative film called The Blair Witch Project, directed by Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, proved a surprise hit and forever changed the horror genre. It remains to … Continue reading
This lovely panoramic view from 360cities.net of a hillside strewn with trees and grapevines is located near Carlton, Oregon, and is the home of Belle Pente Winery. The Willamette Valley, … Continue reading
Today, October 24, is the 84th anniversary of “Black Thursday,” the great stock market crash of 1929. (Today is also a Thursday, incidentally–1929 and 2013 are calendrically identical). But if … Continue reading