Fiction: Evel Knievel and the Fat Elvis Diner By Richard Wall

The man stared through glass at the immense, dark thunderhead that filled the horizon.             Cumulonimbus.             Impressive.             Towering like a huge anvil in the vast Oklahoma sky.             Even at this distance he could see the grey curtain of rain beneath it; see threads of lightning poking at the earth like the antagonistic…

Drabble: Swamplands by Paul D. Brazill

Elvis awoke in a cold, dank sweat, hungover from bourbon and bad dreams. The nightmares had consisted of him being hunted through a swamp by the murderous spectre of Jesse, his stillborn twin. His pounding heartbeat seemed to echo through the mansion. He stumbled into the bathroom, splashed cold water on his face and looked…

KENT ADAMSON AND SHEILA O’MALLEY ON COL. PARKER and ELVIS in HOLLYWOOD

    Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley had one of the most successful and controversial partnerships in the history of show business. They were an unlikely, but smart match perhaps rivaled only by P.T. Barnum and General Tom Thumb in the 1800s. Legendary showmen, they were gifted in their ability to capture the imagination…