"White City," Pt. 1

The White City is beautiful. The White City is terrible. The White City is strange and familiar all at once. Everything starts somewhere and Meghan Lamb’s serial drama, “White City” begins here.


Borges’ Library of Babel, we are told, included in its vast collection every book that had been written and every book that might be written. One imagines that in some other scummier sphere, there might exist a Video Library of Babel, including, naturally, its own adult section. I am here to tell you that it exists, that Thomas Kennedy has been there, and has returned with some sampling of its stock.

Roman Noir, "Fishing the River"

Frank Roman takes a walk by the river to clear his head and more memories come rushing in. A familiar face, river fish, a burning bush. Everybody remembers things their own way. Here’s the second installment of Jacob Mazer’s espionage series ROMAN NOIR.

"Brandon's Car World" Pt. 1

It happened quietly, the cataclysm, and now we’re living in the aftermath. Strip malls, idle time, energy drinks, prescription drugs, televisions that never turn off. Things stay in motion, people precede along their way. This is the first episode of Eddy Rivera’s “Brandon’s Car World.” Check back in two weeks for the next installment.  

"Imaginary Friends"

This is life. You wake up. You dress. You leave the house. You may speak to other people regarding one subject or another. You consider the future. You think about the past. You drag it behind you. You keep on, for whatever reason.This is how things are. You put one foot after the next. You keep going.

Roman Noir, "Trevi Fountain"

They call Rome "The Eternal City," a place where beauty and violence have entwined for more than 2,000 years. Frank Roman glides through the shadows of Trevi Fountain in this first episode of Jacob Mazer's serialized espionage series "Roman Noir."