Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Monday, June 1, 2015
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Advance copies are in. Street date is June 16th. Pre-orders are up on Amazon and all the better online retailers.
If you don't like to read, the paper also feels nice.
If you like to burn books, it's a book.
If you like to burn iPads or Kindles, you may purchase it on your iPad or Kindle and then burn it.
Or you might look at the words.
THE WOLVES THAT LIVE IN SKIN AND SPACE by Christopher Zeischegg aka Danny Wylde
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Every few months, my friend, Luka Fisher, produces and curates a zine. The most recent iteration is called BETEP (or The Wind). If you happen to be in Los Angeles, issue 1 is available at MOCA and Glitter Death, as well as various live music and art events.
I do my best to contribute to each issue. No. 2 will be available very soon. In fact, I'll be doing a giveway this coming week.
In the meantime, you may read the short story I submitted to BETEP last year.
Edit: A reader suggested that I add a "trigger warning" to this story. So here it is. Just in case.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
I made this short film several years ago with some weird plan to continue on with transgressive, indie porn flicks. That idea has long since died.
Some people paid for the film. It was really cool. I still appreciate it. If you want to make a donation, or something, you can email me at dannywyldexxx (at) gmail (dot) com.
But I don't know what to do with this anymore. So I thought I'd just share it. The short is called 'This is Love.' It breaks a bunch of boundaries that are typically associated with obscenity laws and arbitrary credit card processing rules, so I've never been able to find a place for it in the XXX world.
I'll leave this dropbox link up for a few days. Maybe someone out there can host the video? Or stream it somewhere for free? That would be cool. Please let me know if you end up doing this... Whoever you are.
In the meantime, enjoy. Share it if you will. Oh... and probably don't watch this at work.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Some time last year, I was asked to submit an essay to the Porn Studies journal on the topic of music. The piece is now live and can be viewed here. Only the first fifty people to click on the link will be able to view the article -- in its entirety -- for free. The link will continue to work after the free-access allowance has been used up by directing people to the article's abstract page.