WHERE DID THE ROAD GO?

WHERE DID THE ROAD GO?

by Robert Guffey on March 14

via Cryptoscatology:

In case you missed Part One of my epic two-part interview on Seriah Azkath’s radio show, WHERE DID THE ROAD GO? (which airs on WVBR 93.5 FM Ithaca NY and online at www.wheredidtheroadgo.com 10pm EST/7pm PST), the entire episode is now available in the show’s archives right HERE.  This episode covers my books UNTIL THE LAST DOG DIES, CHAMELEO, SPIES & SAUCERS, CRYPTOSCATOLOGY and related High Weirdness such as hordes of invisible midgets attacking drug addicts in San Diego, Operation Mind Control, porn for right-wingers, stolen DOD laptop computers, wild adventures with irate NCIS agents, Kafkaesque torture techniques deployed against the inmates of a jail in downtown San Diego, sonic weapons, acoustic bullets, poltergeist technology, the most haunted house in California, the ongoing dangers of the post-9/11 ballooning black budget, the Curious Affair of the Night Vision Goggles, CryptoWikpedia, wandering over the border of San Diego with a thermonuclear bomb strapped to one’s shoulders, leapfrogging robots, machine-gun-toting ape-men in the wilds of Santee, human-animal hybrids trapped in a secret underground military base beneath the barren deserts of Arizona, the government harassment of Philip K. Dick, and dramatic food fights with jarhead federal agents.  This interview can also be heard on YouTube right HERE.

WDTRGCar

 

Robert Guffey

Robert Guffey

Robert Guffey is a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University – Long Beach. His most recent book is UNTIL THE LAST DOG DIES (Night Shade/Skyhorse), a darkly satirical novel about a young stand-up comedian who must adapt as best he can to an apocalyptic virus that affects only the humor centers of the brain. His previous books include the journalistic memoir CHAMELEO: A STRANGE BUT TRUE STORY OF INVISIBLE SPIES, HEROIN ADDICTION, AND HOMELAND SECURITY (OR Books, 2015), a collection of novellas entitled SPIES & SAUCERS (PS Publishing, 2014), and CRYPTOSCATOLOGY: CONSPIRACY THEORY AS ART FORM (TrineDay, 2012).
Robert Guffey

Latest posts by Robert Guffey (see all)

%d bloggers like this: