Anthony Mathenia

Barbara Anderson reviews Paradise Earth: Day Zero

Although Paradise Earth: Day Zero begins with the trek of a Jehovah’s Witness immediately after a disaster that he believes is God’s war of Armageddon, readers will be astonished at what happens to this Witness and sixty-nine other individuals inside the Black Island Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses throughout the conflagration. After a weekly congregational […]

On Writing and Winning NaNoWriMo 2012

It’s Sunday morning on the first of December and I’m hungover.  It may be because of my introduction to American Honey whiskey (damn that stuff goes down smooth), but I’m certain that it has more to do with the finishing of National Novel Writing Month.  There is something about writing 50,000 words in a month […]

A Syncopated Journey – Offbeat at Yellowstone

My eyes furtively glance at the rearview mirror, checking for cops, as the family car edges close to forty-five miles per hour, cruising west on South Dakota Highway 44. This particular stretch of asphalt is post-apocalyptic empty and flanked on both sides by green and yellow mixed grasses, as the road cuts through portions of […]