ABOUT MR. STEVE
I studied literature and the popular arts in college. In my twenties, I made low-budget films and spent the rest of my workdays in retail or other day jobs (I had an aptitude for designing training programs and manuals.)
I’ve had bylines for the now-defunct Sirens of Cinema magazine, the now-defunct blog Pop Damage, Ultraculture, and (can I get an “OH HELL YEAH?”) The Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine. I’ve included some of the lighter fare under the Old Haunts page.
That pic is me. It’s from a burlesque literacy fundraiser at a bar that was yet another casualty of the pandemic. That’s where things are. The theater that played our first movie locally has shuttered for good. The place I attempted my first and only open-mic stand-up set is gone.
This site serves as a collection of writing samples and a pressure release valve.
Check out my work for the Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine / Paddy Jack Press:
Boggy Creek Monster (Last Fanzine On The Left / Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine Crossover)
The Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine Issue #11: Trick or Treat (1986)
The Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine Issue #12: Wolfcop / Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
The Joe Bob Briggs Fanzine Issue #13 Contamination/A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night