Jeremy Estes lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Thursday, September 11 2014
To most, hitchhiking is a terrifying risk taken by the desperate or insane. This makes it a perfect subject for John Waters’ latest book, Carsick.
Monday, July 28 2014
If metal is music’s loudest voice against oppression, then surely Mike "McBeardo" McPadden's is the loudest for obsession.
Thursday, July 17 2014
There are no futuristic weapons or strange beasts in Tarzan: In the City of Gold. With Tarzan, it's just the specter of colonialism and dated views on race.
Thursday, February 27 2014
There’s a lot of space in these short stories, a sense of the vastness of the Canadian wilderness which surrounds and sometimes envelops the characters.
Sunday, February 23 2014
Imagining the world ending is a safe kind of fantasy because, deep down inside, we don’t think it can actually happen.