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Joshua Alan Doetsch once built a flesh golem out of grave-robbed parts and uneaten Halloween candy. By strange chance, this golem is fueled on rejection slips. Every day it begs and it pleads, "PLEASE, KIND SIR, KEEP ME ALIVE!" And so Joshua writes. You can thank anyone who accepts his work for allowing the poor golem to go hungry for another day.
Joshua is from Chicago, was writing video game dialogue in Norway, and is currently in Montreal for his next writing gig. He has a fondness for fedoras, finds happiness in voodoo doll smiles, does a pretty mean Christopher Walken impersonation, and once upon a road trip dreary, out of extreme boredom, wrote a Blues song about necrophilia. He also writes fascinating internet profiles in the third person.
He likes to play any and all of White Wolf's World of Darkness games, Call of Cthulhu, Warhammer (fantasy RPG), Song of Ice and Fire RPG, and DC Superheroes.
Sat, Mar 17, 2012
Back when Strangeness in the Proportion was being serialized on White Wolf’s website, we received feedback from readers, even as we were still editing sections to be released (and further polishing for its upcoming ebook and print incarnations). That was the coolest thing about serializing and the immediacy of interaction...
Wed, Feb 08, 2012
Incidentally, the title of my novel used to be, WHAT THE F@$# IS HE DOING WITH THAT CADAVER.
Wed, Dec 21, 2011
"Would you like to hear a story? This is a good one. And very short. This is the story and the story goes: Simon meets Janie D. at work. She tells him who hurt her. She smiles. This is love. This is rigor mortis." My first novel, Strangeness in the...
Tue, Nov 29, 2011
It's milestone time, my lovelies. My first novel is finally up for sale -- Strangeness in the Proportion (published by White Wolf). Just tickle the beautiful corpse below: Boy meets girl. Boy looses girl. Boy gets girl back... ...one piece at a time. To answer a few questions about the...
Thu, Nov 03, 2011
I’m guest-blogging over at the lovely Martine’s digital house–on horror and the question: “How can you write this stuff and not get screwed up?” For the answer to this question–and more–simply tickle the tentacle skeleton below.