tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo


Picking Up the Ghost
a YA urban fantasy of ghosts, lies, and voodoo

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo


Running Wild Anthology of Stories Vol. 2
featuring ‘The Ginger Jar’

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

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San Diego writer of speculative fiction in prose and comics. Author of the YA urban fantasy Picking Up the Ghost, the upcoming E.S.P. and espionage novel The Faith Machine, and the upcoming graphic novel Dead Woman.

Open to freelance work punching up stories or homepages, script-doctoring, beta reads, or other opinion vendings. Represented by Cherry Weiner

Stories have been with us since the first hunter told another about the one who got away. Stories are what make us human. Stories lead to understanding. Stories are cooked. Fiction, religion, biographies, gossip, gaming, and history it all goes into the pot and out comes as fiction. To those ends I’ve been around, professionally speaking. Marine, taxi driver, teacher, scientist, and coder. This breath of experience has given me a little knowledge about a lot of things, good and bad.

A good story reaches beyond the scope of its words.

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Google Wave looks like it’s going to replace Google Notebook. And maybe Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar and a bunch of other stuff. I figure I’ll be moving a bunch of my own notes and information to Wave; The Board of Debt, The Well, Milazziki, notes for work, etc. Most importantly to the wider world, I think this might be the biggest leap in communications since email.

Hang on Spider Monkey.

Years ago I decided to stop listening to stop crappy music, reading crappy books and seeing crappy movies and while the over all quality of my life has improved because of this the down side has been cultural drift. I sometimes find myself surrounded by people communicating in references to Michael Bay or Stephenie Meyer and I feel lost, like an immigrant, new to this strange land America. But with RiffTrax I can sit through two hour blocks of soul-killing celluloid and keep a finger on the cultural pulse without suffering.

Stone Brewery will be playing the RiffTrax version of Twilight tonight.

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