BULLshot: Paul Vega

One-Question Interview by

“no matter how “noble” his method of fishing, he is still killingMore

Kings

Kings

Fiction by

Those gnarled and arthritic hands, back now bowed like the hooked end of a gaffe, his dad once seemed like the most powerful man in the world.More

BULLshot: Casey Pycior

BULLshot: Casey Pycior

One-Question Interview by

“It’s like a person isn’t allowed to make a mistake any more, at least not publiclyMore

Plenty of Time, Yet

Plenty of Time, Yet

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“Before I knew what I was doing, I chucked the banana. A lifetime of frustration with this team boiled over in that instantMore

BULLshot:  Jimmy J. Pack Jr.

BULLshot: Jimmy J. Pack Jr.

One-Question Interview by

“It’s more of a subtle tortureMore

Beautiful Music

Beautiful Music

Fiction by

“Grampa was tied with thin rubber tubes shooting out of his arms, a thicker tube pumping his lungs up and down jutted out of his throatMore

The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

BULL Midterm Election Coverage by

“An old political mentor of mine once told me, “You don’t win a popularity contest pointing out how ugly your friends areMore

BULLshot: Dan Corfield

BULLshot: Dan Corfield

One-Question Interview by

“Why believe in a god who wants certain people to be drunks?More

The Balboa AA Club

The Balboa AA Club

Fiction by

“It seems that every time I drink I go to jail. You must tell me how to fix this,” he saidMore

The End of October

The End of October

Prison Review by

“It’s kind of like walking from the warmth of indoors to the outside in the middle of winter when the wind-chill is well below zero. It sucks the air out of youMore

From Where the Rage Comes

From Where the Rage Comes

Prison Review by

“I never fail to be entertained by why people do the things they do—though sometimes, I’m beginning to learn, the more you know, the less it mattersMore

BULLshot: Tim Dicks

BULLshot: Tim Dicks

One-Question Interview by

“I wake in the dead quiet of night to find I am inhabiting my body in a way I usually don’t and thinking about large questions”More

The Onyx Skull

The Onyx Skull

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“The thing was dark, and not simply with gore but with a natural tint, a shine, as if polished and dyed to the deep black of stone. Wetness clung to it, and sinewy tissueMore

BULLshot: Gary Percesepe

BULLshot: Gary Percesepe

One-Question Interview by

The author of this week’s “Wingman” thinks back on jobs he’s loved and lostMore

Wingman

Wingman

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“When I wonder, as I sometimes do, what happened to all my guy friends, and why I prefer the company of women and would just as soon they leave their men at home, I think of my brief employment with Sam RMore

What We’re Reading: October

What We’re Reading: October

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This month’s picks from the BULL staff—Bizarre, grotesque, and fantasticMore

“The car had been through a reconstructed transmission, a busted carburetor, and was an absolute lush for Valvoline.” – Jordan Farmer, “Brothers”