LORCA 2.0: WRITER-MACHINE INTERFACE

One of the few principles Dumpster Fire Press has (and believe me there are few) is that as counter-culture publisher we are not one to sell out…as is pretty much apparent with the diverse amount of voices we have in our dumpster of talent and I mean that affectionately as everyone who contributes is aContinue reading “LORCA 2.0: WRITER-MACHINE INTERFACE”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Robert Fleming

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Samir Karimo

The Creepy Environmentalist I was walking through the dark forest when I saw something creepy: a humanoid tree had relations with the environmentalist Little Red Riding Hood and while they exchanged caresses, the seeded sap fell on the girl’s breasts, leading her to become a carnivorous plant that absorbed the moans of her lycanthropic victimsContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Samir Karimo”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Dillinger

VOICES FROM THE FIRE:Jack Henry

mason jar back in those old days we kept cocaine in a sugar jar on a broke down kitchen table next a stolen napkin dispenser.  when we watched the Starsky and Hutch movie we recognized we had become a bad joke.  now we keep our cocaine in a mason jar in the garage next toContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE:Jack Henry”

CARRYING THE FIRE

Recently, the Editor in Chief of Dumpster Fire Press engaged in a collaboration with musical talent Brotherwell of the RE: COVERY PROJECT in the adaption of his poem “Railroad Earth” into a song… It’s been quite the journey and we hope you enjoy. at the bottom you’ll find links to more of Brotherwell’s work asContinue reading “CARRYING THE FIRE”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Paul Warren

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