…of the new theme is up! Here it is:

Check out all of the headers (so far) here,

-Shady

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…of the new theme is up! Here it is:

Check out all of the headers (so far) here,

-Shady

…of the new theme is up! Here it is:

Check out all of the headers (so far) here,

-Shady

It's a monster of a book! Get it?!? Get it?!?

Thurber, and am now on to a book I was supposed to read in high school… but somehow managed to avoid altogether: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

Sorry, Mr. Leibold,

-Shady

Always.

…when I thank Wendy, a loyal reader of The Blarg from Phoenix, for sending a photo of what’s apparently become a reoccurring theme at her local nursery.

Talk to you again next fall, Wendy,

-Shady

"A Dreadful Fairy Book" by Jon Etter.

James Thurber to read a galley of our good friend Jon Etter’s upcoming middle-grade book A Dreadful Fairy Book.

More on Jon’s amazing book in the very near future, but for now… it’s time to finally wrap up The Thurber Carnival.

Two horror classics coming up next,

-Shady

Great to see you, Carrie!

…for coming down for a night of tacos, dance parties, and Supermarket Sweep!

Just a typical Friday night in the Shady household,

-Shady

…of the new theme is up! Here it is:

Check out all of the headers (so far) here,

-Shady

…updates on The Blarg have been pretty slow these past few months.

Some of this is due to the fact that summer is a crazy time that typically creates a bit of a lull in regular updates. After all, when it’s nice out, people should be out enjoying life/nature/booze/etc., not regularly checking in on an admittedly dumb blog that makes me exactly zero dollars.

But while all of that is a fact, I’ve also been insanely busy working on a ton of upcoming projects. Hopefully, if the stars align and everything goes well, I will be able to share some exciting updates with all of you very soon.

And if they don’t align, well… I’ll just drown myself in depression with cans of Miller High Life and frozen Jack’s pizzas over the winter, and then re-emerge fatter, bitter, and more beardy in the spring.

So, you know… wish me luck!

Thanks for the patience, and I honestly hope to share some amazing news with all of you very soon.

Fingers crossed,

-Shady

Triviality!

…recently used a few of my questions for the final round of the newest episode of his podcast Triviality. Listen to the episode here, then learn more about Triviality (and Neal) here.

Definitely not the last time you hear about Triviality,

-Shady

Old Poop!

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