EOTU Ezine

RICKY's   ISSUE

Volume 2 Issue 3
 ISSN: 1530-7336
June 2001
 

"Sometimes at night
when I hear the wind
I wish I was crazy again."

-- Johnny Cash

 

Okay. So let's not dance this mess around. Let's get right down to it. Here are the stories I rescued from Larry's 'out' basket, beginning with with some good old science fiction. 
You know, 'alien comes to Earth to study humans'.
THE MEANING OF FUCK
by Shane Kellerman

Here's a story about a guy who spent time in jail 
for commiting all three of the big felonies: 
Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n Roll.
STAINED GLASS WINDOWS
by William John Watkins



 
 

How about a visit to the EOTU editorial offices, 
which we share with The Clam City News?
Let's visit the people behind the genius 
(the genius being me, not Larry!).
THE EDITORIAL STAFF
art by ArtGekko
Okay, now it's all been fun so far, but if we're gonna
be trashing Larry's literary tastes, 
we need to define what we mean by 'literary'
LITERARY DEFINITIONS:
The Genres
by Ed Churnside
 
 

Nothing like true love in Brazil, kind of 
DREAMING OF BRAZIL
by Rich Logdson
art by Dee Rimbaud

And while we're talking about loving women
DOMESTIC GOTHIC
by Thomas Zimmerman
photography by Kenny Klein

and, uh, this is a personal favorite, but don't let the kiddies read it
THE MAN WHO WENT UP
WHEN HE MEANT TO GO DOWN
by Jamie Rosen
art by Michele Richter
 
 

I have no idea why Larry didn't like this next story,
it's quite dis-arming!
DIGGING UP THE PAST
by Steven Wedel

And while we're on body parts
BAGGAGE CLAIM
by s.c.virtes
art by GAK

And one more
INVADERS
by Melissa Pinol
 
 

Get it? She was defeated! Okay, okay, I know.
So since my life is pretty much defined by my job
as Janitor of the EOTU Building, how about
some stories about work and jobs and stuff. 
Starting with
DELIVERANCE
by Chris McTrustry
art by Laura Pelick

You think you work for the devil?
Try being in this guy's shoes.
ASHES TO ASHES
by Cathy  Buburuz

So, okay. Work can be serious and some of us
seriously try not to do it. Perhaps that's not a good idea.
THE SUBWAY STATION
by Chananya Weissman

One more job story.
In this one, the little guy's job gets taken over by the big guys.
You'll see what I mean.
TOOTHACHE
by Nicholas Knight
 
 

How about some traveling stories?
WELCOME TO THE COOL CHOP HOUSE
ON ROUTE 40-SOMETHING
by Karen Laven

Can you say 'road-trip'?
30 FEET FROM JESUS
by James Bassett
 
 

And, finally, if you really want to know what bears do in the woods,
WHEN NATURE BOYZ in de HOOD WINKED
by Robert Dunn
 
 

Background by ArtGekko



 
 
 

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So like, we won this award from Crypt Crawler
and Larry just kinda shrugged his shoulders like 'so what',
but I think it's cool. So here it is.

Crypt Crawl Horror Award


And then we got this "Best Site" award from Pen Dragon
for being a 'Best Literary' site.
Now, I don't want to get back into that literary debate thing again -- 
getting the award is cool and all
-- but if Larry ever hears about this one, oh geez!


 
 
 

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