Thursday, November 23, 2017

All posts by "Charlie Brown"

Charlie Brown
Managering Editor - Vex Mosaic, Film Maker, Story Weaver
Charlie Brown is a writer and filmmaker from New Orleans. He currently lives in Los Angeles, where he recently received his Masters in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California and also runs Lucky Mojo Press and Mojotooth Productions. He has made two feature films: “Angels Die Slowly” and “Never A Dull Moment: 20 Years of the Rebirth Brass Band.” His fiction has appeared in Hackwriters, Conium Review, Oddville Press, Writing Disorder, Jersey Devil Press, The Menacing Hedge, Aethlon, and what?? Magazine, plus the anthology "Dimensional Abscesses." He edits the "Dirty Magick" series of anthologies and teaches composition and journalism at multiple community colleges. He is the managing editor of Vex Mosaic.

Fall is usually a time of celebration not reflection. Usually, winter means fires, books, and contemplation whereas fall is a festival, a harvest, a time to bury ourselves in pumpkin ...

The newest bar open on Hollywood Blvd takes you to a galaxy far, far away. Scum and Villainy Cantina, formerly a pop-up and now with consistent bar hours, is the ...

Welcome to the next installment of The Bigger Picture, Vex Mosaic’s podcast. Just in time for the release of Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix, we bring you “The Trouble With ...

In this premiere episode of The Bigger Picture podcast, Managing Editor, Charlie Brown, shares a travel log of his recent visit to Singapore, exploring the diverse cultural perspectives of this ...

Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for the movie The Love Witch. Read at your own peril. Witches have been part of literature from the very beginning. Female connection to ...

March is upon us, the time when some in this country celebrate extremely high achievement in physical sport. College basketball, both for young men and women, concludes another season with ...

Whether or not it will remain true under historical review, most people agree that 2016 was a lousy year. We’ve seen the deaths of many true geniuses, both artistic and ...

In the beginning, there was the myth. These stories (call them myths, legends, folktales) were used for sociological reasons: to teach children lessons, to define religious rites, and to keep ...

In the late 1930s, teenaged Ray Bradbury, then less than four years removed from his beloved hometown of Waukegan, Ill., tagged along with his new best friend Forrest J. Ackerman ...

When we think in terms of speculative media, worlds colliding into war, chaos or natural disaster is the stuff we create our stories with, the conflicting cornerstones which serve as ...