On January 30, 2010 I wrote this: “KnippKnopp is going to become my Weight Watchers for writing, my Gold’s Gym for building up the creative muscle. Idealistic? Absolutely, but maybe, … Continue reading KnippKnopp is Five!
I’m in a list-y sort of mood today. I thought I’d share some of my favorite horror novels. Since any list of mine would probably be dominated by that guy … Continue reading Favorite Horror Novels (non King edition)
Dennis Tafoya is one of the good ones. Possessing an “I’m just this guy” appeal that belies a ridiculous amount of talent, Dennis writes crime fiction with a gripping, poetic … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews….Dennis Tafoya
D.L. Wilson is one cool cat. Everything about him radiates cool, from his jet-setting former career, to his mellow demeanor, to that feeling you get every time you speak to … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews…D.L. Wilson
I’m looking out at this surprise Northeast Snowscape thinking melancholy thoughts about the paths we choose and the places they lead. I know everyone has moments in their lives when one … Continue reading What if?
This is all Jenn Brozek’s fault. This whole “become-a-writer-in-my-40s-extended-mid-life-crisis” thing can be laid directly at her feet, all because she was kind enough to talk to me about the joys … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews….Jenn Brozek
I wrote my first story about thirty-five years ago. “James Knipp’s Pencil” was a raucous tale about a young man losing his virginity, with the Pencil being a not-so-subtle metaphor … Continue reading Why I Write