Daulton Dickey lives in Indiana with his wife and two sons. He’s currently revising three novels.
Monday, October 24 2005
'No matter how good the story is, the fact that the reader is holding something in his hands that expressly states that it is fiction prevents the reader from getting as involved in the story and the characters as he could otherwise.' PopMatters talks to Michael Kun about lies, truths, death, and Heather Locklear.
Tuesday, July 5 2005
According to Torture the Artist author Joey Goebel, not all mainstream entertainment is bad... just most of it.
Tuesday, May 31 2005
Is Bruce Campbell the world's coolest actor? Daulton Dickey thinks so. Dickey takes a look at Campbell's new book before attempting a brief chat with the actor without asking about Evil Dead. It's harder than it sounds.
Thursday, February 24 2005
He was a liar, a cheat, a drug addict, an alcoholic, a violent and temperamental person, and he was a brilliant writer -- a funny writer, a creator of masterful, thought provoking analysis and social dissections.
Monday, September 13 2004
Marc Acito, a humor columnist, whose syndicated column 'The Gospel According to Marc,' appears in 18 newspapers nationwide.
Wednesday, October 15 2014
Lars Iyer's latest novel explores sadness and genius while contemplating the end of philosophy.
Monday, October 13 2014
His Ph.D revoked, a man fueled by anger returns to an institution he despises in Primordial: An Abstraction.
Wednesday, July 20 2005
Instead of adding to the industry, Rare is now subtracting from it, choosing to capitalize on earlier success in lieu of solidifying future achievements and ushering in new gameplay experiences.
Sunday, May 8 2005
Carswell concerns himself more with substance than style, and shrugs off the desire to seek out fame and fortune.
Monday, April 11 2005
Idle's humanity, ultimately, saves this book from becoming a run-of-the-mill title that usually clogs the humor section at your local bookstore.