In celebration of the (in my opinion) best month of the year, I have teamed up once again with the brilliant artist Justin Weingartner, to bring you all a micro-fiction offshoot of my series, Small Bastard Stories™️. On each Monday and Friday of the month, Justin and I will post one of the wee bastards we've concocted, all leading up to a (BIG) Small Bastard Story on the Sovereign Holiday: Halloween.
Singer/Songwriter/Badass Rorie Kelly hosts a weekly syndicated Twitch TV program called Monday Night Muses, that features live music and poetry, and I have had the honor of having two of my poems read! AND set to music!
Another Brand Old poem. Originally published in Bellowing Ark Vol. 25 Number 4 -- 2009
Redbubble recently upgraded their item options to include hats! Now you can put a Hammarberg-inspired Robert Paul Nixon design on your head! A few of my wife, Christina's designs are available as well, so there's something for everyone. Not to mention all the other items you can get these sweet-ass designs on!
Shelf Life: Gravenfrost now haunts the Local Authors shelf at the Little Village Toy and Book Shop! Check them out, grab a copy, and help support local businesses and creators!
Another poem from the archives.
"Ghosts, Special Agents, sex, and explosions. This twisted tale has all the elements of a thrilling, heart-pounding, haunted house joy ride!" —Amazon review “This book was a hell of a good time! The sort of book you read with a big fat grin on your face. Diaboliquely funny, gory as shit, and written by a … Continue reading Gravenfrost
The amazing Valery Mahuchy has sculpted yours truly! He said it was inspired by our many talks of art, philosophy, and the crazy crap my mind produces. Hence the two sides. One is the critical thinker, and the other is the ethereal creator. I can’t express how truly honored and blown away I am by this!
The title poem to one of my poetry manuscripts that never came to be. Now that the years have gone by, I see just how prophetic this poem is. Or how damning...
A poem from the archives. This one has been published several times (I think my most published poem), and seemed to be a hit whenever I performed it. Seems so long ago. Another life. Hopefully it still has a bite.