Portrait Of The Artist As A Consumer: Michael A. Gonzales

Books Since last year I’ve lived in Baltimore, or as I like to call it, the City of Poe. While this creepy metropolis has gotten quite a reputation for being crime ridden, drugged-out landscape where dudes name Omar walk down the streets with a big ass gun, my life is luckily quite different that the…

Fiction: Speed Racer by Niles Reddick

Steve had been fascinated with racing cars even before he was sixteen.  He’d learned to drive on the farm, cutting doughnuts in the cow pasture in his dad’s International 1950’s truck. When Steve married Patricia at sixteen, he had a two door used Plymouth Road Runner, and they frequently flew down the highway with the…