Five year memoir of the publisher and author behind the true crime outing The Cabbie Homicide, a darker glimpse at how he was bullied and seen misinformation used as an act of bullying. One of his then future contributors who got picked up by Black Sheets Books coined this book his version of The Chocolate War
as his namesake anthologies were a direct result.
The book is now with TheBookPatch as it appeared in one form on Lulu.com, Fandom_Wank
tried to coin the book glorified fanfiction
but he was using horror allegory borrowed from Are You Afraid Of The Dark and played up some of his biting humor from The Fandom Writer. The book was the equal to what Forbes
did when they took down fabulist
Stephen Glass, as the author seen the film and found the articles -- mindset
was doing the same thing on the Fandom_Wank
blog to the author. He proved he could be a little funny but was handling subject matter that crossed the line twice as he related some of the crime that unfolded as Chicago Tribune reported on it in the era (one of the jokes he implied to the bully that he gave anal
to his own mother.) It's noted for a macabre
version of The Aristrocrats joke. Some noted for it's investigative commentary on the true crime pieces from the period as he deconstructed the events of his original creative nonfiction outing along with pundit
: remember that psycho
who went at us?
other blogger: The fucker who plagiarized Poe?
Fandom_Wank: Shit -- he took one of us out in print!
: which one of us?
: He took direct aim at you. Pointing out how you bore false witness. Even went and published your name in the thing and was pulling a Rod Serling
on you as he picked you apart without being Anti-Semitic.
The Rusty Nail: An Eye In Shadows -- I am going to post the entire thing on my blog chronicling his every fail.
Comments from The Other Dark Place: Let's put all these comments together and assemble a counter book to this book he's writing.