READ THE TERRIBLE TWELVES VIA TAPASTIC!

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A YA fantasy by Emily Devenport and Ernest Hogan

Friday, December 25, 2015

CHICANONAUTICA GETS RECOMBOCULTURAL ON CHRISTMAS



Chicanonautica does a recombocultural riff on Christmas over at La Bloga.

And pay tribute to the Virgin of Guadalupe:


And/or Coatlicue:



So get merry, and listen to some Lalo Guerrero:



And Cheech & Chong (RIP, Tommy):

Thursday, December 17, 2015

ERNESTO GIFT IDEAS 2015

Time my for my annual suggestion that you buy my writings, and even give them away as the culture dictates. This time, I'm concentrating on newer stuff that isn't on the side column of this blog (damn, I should do some updating!), or on my Amazon or Smashwords pages.


The psychotropic germ of Cortez on Jupiter, “Guerrilla Mural of a Siren's Song” is in Stories for Chip along with other fine writings in honor of Samuel R. Delany.


My recombocultural post-steampunk romp, “Pancho Villa's Flying Circus” is in Lost Trails: Forgotten Tales of the Weird West.




Yakuza on the Moon face viral invaders in “Skin Dragons Talk” in Mothership: Tales From Afrofuturism and Beyond.

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The Mexican masked wrestler genre gets plugged into cyberpunk in “Novaheads” in Super Stories of Heroes and Villains.

Meanwhile, enjoy all those holidays, and make it a fantastic new year!

Friday, December 11, 2015

CHICANONAUTICA SHOWS GLIMPSES OF MY ART AND CAREER FROM CHICAGO


Catch some views of my art and artifacts on display in Josh Rios and Anthony Romero's Is Our Future a Thing of the Past?, Part 3 installation at Harold Washington College in Chicano in Chicanonautica, over at La Bloga.

There's an Afrofuturist connection:


And then there's me:


By the way, Latino/a Rising is now scheduled to come out in February of 2017.

I can be such a stammering geek who's nervous system can't process all the high-powered weirdness being generated by his twisted brain:




A new edition of High Aztech is coming out soon. Stay tuned for details.

And check out Latinopia while you're at it.

Meanwhile, things are starting to look like this, again . . .