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Hey! Welcome to the Blog of Eternal Damnation! Here's where you will see all the latest crap about the Web's hottest Speculative Fiction ezine, Bambi's Eschatological Underpinnings. And every now and again, just for sport, we just might include a little bit about Fiction Inferno: the Literary Magazine that Burns You Up.

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

It's moving day! Very soon now, the Little Pink House will be filled with all the useful/useless stuff we've accumulated over the past eight or nine centuries. And then, us.

This is very exciting.

This blog just surpassed 3,000 visits. Of course, 2300 of those were me....

Randomness: Somebody emailed me the other day, saying that he/she/it was a time traveller stuck in the year 2003, and would I please send them my best "secure" plans for a working time machine. I didn't have the heart to tell him/her/it that I came here on PURPOSE and burned the plans for that accursed device immediately upon landing here. You see, the years between 1945 and 2045 are the most peaceful, kindest, and happiest 100 years in all of history. And the only time in all history that good whisky is both plentiful and relatively affordable. Not to mention the very interesting spectacle of a major merchant power self-destructing under the weight of its own hubris. Check out the odd document Necropolitique to see what I mean.

posted by Max E. Keele 12:55 PM

Thursday, August 14, 2003

Don't believe me? Eh?


posted by Max E. Keele 12:36 PM

Tuesday, August 12, 2003

Not that I LIKE pink, necessarily. Just that it's STRONG. Very Strong.

posted by Max E. Keele 1:24 PM

Monday, August 11, 2003

Once, while attempting a solo crossing of the Indian Ocean in an orange plastic washtub, I discovered a few important, if untrue, insights into the Universe, Myself, and Something Else.

  1. Everything began with a BANG, and I've been BANGING by head against it ever since.

  2. Of all the biblical plagues of Egypt, the Plague of Boils is the one that would've done it for me.

  3. Good Scotch is a pure delight, but good bourbon is a joyful noise.

  4. Gravity is the only thing keeping me down.

  5. The Speed of Light might be the Law, but that don't make it right.

  6. Pink is the strongest of all the colors. In a head to head contest, pink always kicks the other color's butts.

Oh, and if you take anything far enough, it WILL fall off the edge of the Earth.

posted by Max E. Keele 1:33 PM

Monday, August 04, 2003


It's HERE!

Fiction Inferno Summer Issue #2:008 is up and alive. Three brand spanking new works of speculative fiction guaranteed to torch your toupee: "Victim of Fashion" by Mark Siegel, "Rain" by Edwin McRae, and (ya gotta love this title) "Mini Jesus Clones Replacing Elvis As Most Popular Holiday Gift!" by Jason Stoddard. Come visit!

posted by Max E. Keele 6:41 AM

Sunday, August 03, 2003


It's Coming..........

posted by Max E. Keele 1:13 PM

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