Guest Blog: Choosing The Nightmare by Tim L. Williams

They are proud of me at first. I live in the small Kentucky county where I grew up, a place people either leave or settle into hard lives. A writer is a curiosity. Old friends, high school classmates and recent acquaintances are proud or at least politely interested when they discover I write fiction. UntilContinue reading “Guest Blog: Choosing The Nightmare by Tim L. Williams”

Recommended Read: SKULL FRAGMENTS: Noir Stories by Tim L. Williams

‘My mother had a lot of “boyfriends”, but only two of them tried to killer her.’ New Pulp Press is one of the best publishers of transgressive fiction around and they really have excelled themselves with , SKULL FRAGMENTS: Noir Stories by Tim L. Williams. At times reminiscent of Donald Ray Pollock’s Knockemstiff or  Richard Ford’s RockContinue reading “Recommended Read: SKULL FRAGMENTS: Noir Stories by Tim L. Williams”

Short, Sharp Interview: Tim L. Williams

PDB: What’s going on now? Surviving, trying to avoid the kind of characters who inhabit my fiction and writing more stories. Always more stories. PDB: How did you research SKULL FRAGMENTS? Research was fairly easy on this one since the stories are set in a fictionalized version of my hometown. And somehow I’ve known myContinue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Tim L. Williams”