Monthly Archives July 2016

Mayberry Friends’ Poetry – Please Welcome Steven Evans

Mayberry Friends Poetry

I had the pleasure of chatting with Steven Evans leading up to a Facebook event we were both attending. We discussed horror writing and dark fantasy and I knew right away Steve was a cool dude. When I mentioned I was looking for poets to highlight on this website, Steve was the first to send me his work. Here’s a short bio I stole from Amazon (Steve is a humble guy and didn’t really want to talk about himself, lol, so I had to figure out other ways of digging up some info on him).

From the excerpt on his book, Reflections of Life and Love: 

“My poems cover everyday issues that we all deal with. I write of pain and loss, of yearning and needing and of heartbreak and confusion. When I write, I want the reader to be able to lose themselves in the story...

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Let’s get back to the active voice…cause shit happens

Notes from C.C.

Let’s get back to the active voice…cause shit happens

This morning, while driving my kids to school and my wife to work, we were all loaded into the van, and my wife was in a miserable mood. My twin sons, 7 years old, had just gotten into a huge fight. They fight all the time lately. But this one led to one of them punching the other in the stomach and knocking his wind out. So my wife was livid. She wanted to know what we’re doing wrong as parents and was basically just going off on everyone in the car. I tried to assure her that we’re damn good parents and boys are sometimes just…well…boys.

She wasn’t buying it.

When we finally stopped at a red light, I turned to her, put my hand on her thigh, and said, “Hey, look at me. Look at me. It’s OK. Everything’s OK. Shit happens...

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Flip DaBird’s Wild Author Interview with J.F. Silver

Flip DaBird

Good evening, or afternoon, or whatever the hell time of day it is when you read this. My name’s Flip DaBird and I’m Chris’s alter ego, here to spice shit up a bit. Where Chris is always trying to be the nice guy, I’m kind of his asshole side you could say. So I’m gonna be running these here interviews. You’re used to reading all the usual author Q&A. What’s your favorite book? Why did you start writing? Do you have any interesting writer quirks? Where do you do most of your writing? I don’t give a fuck about any of that shit. I have some questions of my own. Wanna hear ’em? Here they go. 

My first guest on the Flip DaBird Wild Author Interview couch is the husband/wife team of J.F. Silver...

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Billy the Blue Collar Dom, an erotic comedy poem by C.C. Genovese

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My Penis Made Me Do It, an erotic comedy poem by C.C. Genovese

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Mayberry Friends’ Poetry – Please Welcome Adonvdo Aquadanvdo

Mayberry Friends Poetry

It was maybe six months ago (ages ago) when I first opened the website up and asked if anyone wanted to have their erotic or fantasy or horror kind of poetry shared. Adonvdo, a Facebook friend of mine, messaged me right away. The poem he sent was hot. For some reason, things got delayed. You know how it is. I just fell behind when it came to the website, but I never forgot that poem he sent me, so last week I messaged him and asked if he’d still like to do it. He was all for it. I’m telling you, this guy’s awesome. So here’s the poem he originally sent me, and below it I’ll post a new one he wrote. 

I hope you guys like it. Please visit his attached link and show him some love.

 

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Sometimes talking is so overrated
Meanings and words
can easily get crossed
I prefer you speak to me
w...
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Billy the Blue Collar Dom

So what do you do when your wife is watching her favorite show and the kids are busy hanging out with one of their friends? Well, you drink beer, put on your best redneck voice, and make a video of one of your erotic poems. So here’s what I’ve been doin’ the last hour or so. Here’s Billy the Blue Collar Dom!
AS ALWAYS, DON’T LISTEN WITH KIDS AROUND. THIS IS FOR A MATURE AUDIENCE.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJNcSJpjMOc&feature=youtu.be

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