Milkman Days #2: G. Arthur Brown

Let me tell you about Gary. Gary is an author, who is not an author. No. He's an author who IS an author, and his first book, Kitten, kind of proves that. I met G. Arthur Brown, AKA Gary the Pirate, way back in the Fall of 2012 in the bizarro-famous Edgefield hotel in Troutdale,... Continue Reading →

Brain Harvest, by G. Arthur Brown

The field was vast and barren except for the long rows of human heads sticking up from the topsoil like cabbages. Blake stood perfectly still enjoying his fifteen minute break, his helmet’s blast visor in the down position. He switched on the built-in drinking fountain inside his protective enviro-suit to quench the thirst he had... Continue Reading →

Get a Kitten for Christmas!

Kitten by G. Arthur Brown Kitten is a fantastically surreal story. It's like moving through a dream. The writing is smooth and the characters click. The plot moves along at a nice pace and while none of it makes any sense whatsoever, there's no real need to question it. Take the quirks with a sideways... Continue Reading →

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