Jon R. Meyers reads his short story “The Experiment” that was published in Issue 11: Phobias of The Surreal Grotesque.
“The Experiment” @ The Surreal Grotesque
Jon R. Meyers is 28 years old and is currently residing in the murky depths of Northwest Indiana. This is where he spends his time writing weird books and doing weird things. Author @ Dynatox Ministries. Meow..
My short story “The Experiment” was published in Issue 11: Phobias of The Surreal Grotesque (link below). The Surreal Grotesque is a brilliant and fantastic e-magazine ran by some pretty awesome people and they always have some really nice artwork. Check it out!!!
I drove forever out to New Jersey. I put a bunch of miles on my car. But, in the end it was all worth it. I met some superb people. We talked about books. I died. And then woke up and talked about some more books. And then drove forever, again. I made it back home eventually (in three pieces) and a part of me stayed in a hotel room in New Jersey.
The following people are beautiful and fantastic.
Nick said it best with the recap on his blog. Check it out!!!
I went to Days of the Dead in Chicago. I met Kevin Strange, Kris Lugosi, John Bruni, Joe Knetter and some more John’s. We were surrounded by John’s. And then we met Machete and Jason Mewes. It was a great time. Viva La Horror Conventions!!!
Strangehouse Books is flipping fantastic.
I drove to Cincinnati, OH on 6/2/13 for a book reading at the Iris Book Cafe. I met Andersen Prunty, C.V. Hunt, William Pauley III, Justin Grimbol, Steve Lowe, some dude with sunglasses, and some other guy too. The event was great.
Books and stuff.
This is a story about love and Fungi. And making love to a puddle of pink liquid fungi named after Liza Minnelli.
Featured an amazing Introduction by Josh Myers.
Beautiful artwork by Justin T. Coons.
Courtesy of Jordan Krall aka BOSS KRALL.
I went to Dog Con 2 and met John Edward Lawson, Jennifer Barnes, D. Harlan Wilson, and a couple of other stand up characters doing some big things with some great books. All great folks. Viva La Raw Dog!