Some Things I’ve Done Recently, October 2017

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I wrote A Laid Back History of the Recliner for MEL Magazine.

My script digital series SpokesLife was a semifinalist in the 2017 Austin Film Festival (say hi if you see me there this weekend), and my pilot The Shit Town Detective Agency was a quarterfinalist in the 2017 Slamdance Screenplay Competition.

I was on the wonderful Guilty Pleasure Podcast talking about collecting old books, magazines, and ephemera.

THE EYE prepared to dance at a wedding:

And finally, Flunky’s Upset, my most recent digital series for Brat, is live. Here’s episode four, which I can confidently say includes more chicken bones and pictures of prawns than 99% of influencer content.


Some Things I’ve Made Recently, February 2017

Forged from the fires of my squishy brain and coming straight to the screen of your digital device.screen-shot-2017-02-16-at-7-09-49-am

MEL Magazine: Nutsack Holders to Cure Your Anxiety
On late 1800s and early 1900s cures for male nervousness. Features testicular suspensors and goats that could live forever.

McSweeney’s: The One Thing You Need to Do for Success, According to the White Man Writing This Article on Medium
Because we can’t all be Tim Ferriss, but some dudes sure like to try.

And finally, Mr. Josiah P Boneman would like to send you his love:


Some Recent Writings, December 2016

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The Delightfully Disturbing Holiday Displays of Yesteryear: Complete with murder Santa!

Watching Someone Get Hit in the Nuts Has Always United Humanity: On the history of bloopers and books with “boner” in the title.

A Friendly Reminder to Pay for the Things You Care About: The problem with free*

Why Are Thanksgiving Leftovers the Only Acceptable Leftovers? With a reminder of how soulless Dagwood’s eyes are.

16th Century Meat Carvers Were Way Ahead of Your Uncle Walter: A history of men and meat carving.