VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Dillinger
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Mike Zone is the former Editor in Chief of Dumpster Fire Press and managing editor of Concrete Mist Press. The author of Screaming in the End: Poems and Stories, Fuck You: A Fucking Poetry Chap, Shedding Dark Places (almost), One Hell of a Muse , as well as coauthor of The Grind and Razorville. A frequent contributor to Alien Buddha Press and Mad Swirl. His work has been featured in: A Thin Slice of Anxiety, Black Shamrock Magazine, Horror Sleaze Trash, Better Than Starbucks, Piker Press, Punk Noir Magazine, Synchronized Chaos, and Cult Culture magazine. View more posts
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Dear Dillinger/Jeremy. I love this image, its one of my favorites, my friend Tim Bailey the artist who moved from London to Florida. Has some great shots of a disused penitentiary. I’ll try and pass them on.