Kidding. He’s not. Frank died. Four times in my fiction serial in Talk Vomit. With four new fantastic drawings from Nikita. Check them out: Why Frank Chose His Family Over an Eternal Orgy *Based on my idea of Hell Frank died. His feet went first. Falling. He was falling down, down, down, and stopped right in the middle of a wild orgy. There were couches, … Continue reading Frank Is Alive!
Three new What Happened When Frank Died stories are now available for free on Talk Vomit. Three new What Happened When Frank Died stories. Three new gorgeous pieces of art by Nikita. Hi everyone, This week I’m sending out an update on my What Happened When Frank Died series in Talk Vomit. If you want to just jump right to the stories, here are the … Continue reading Dogs, Death, and Dancing
Hello Readers (living, dead, undead), Our What Happened When Frank Died series is going strong in Talk Vomit! There are two new stories up with two new stunning works of art by Nikita. In the second episode, Frank finds himself in the hellish landscape of an overpopulated heaven: What Frank Saw When He Looked Between His Legs Frank died. Frank fell hard onto something soft. … Continue reading What Happened When Frank Died: Episodes 2 & 3
The Moss“Rock, Paper, Scissors, Moss.” Have you been missing new stories and art from Flash-365? We have. The Moss is a new publication on Medium from Benjamin Davis & Nikita Klimov the author and illustrator of The King of FU and The Babushka Society. Creators of Flash-365. Benjamin Davis is an American author and journalist. He writes a bi-weekly column for Russia Beyond the Headlines: Conversations with Russians. Nikita Klimov is a Russian artist, … Continue reading The Moss: A New Project from Flash-365
In the mirror, I attach the fake ears and tug the hat onto my head. “It’s the wealthiest Preschool in St. Peter,” K had said, “they’ll pay you a boatload to just stand around as an elf for their Christmas party.” I sigh now, as I did then, resigned. I wash my hands and step out into the hall. The Babushka rolls up to me. … Continue reading DEATH at a Preschool Christmas Party
The King of FU Our first published book has been released. It is a somewhat demented poetic magical-realism memoir about growing up in America in the 90’s. Written by Benjamin Davis, illustrated by Nikita Klimov and published by Nada Blank Press. You can get it on Kindle or Paperback on Amazon. It is up on Kindle Unlimited right now as well so if you’ve got … Continue reading The King of FU
Hi Guys, The Drabble, a magazine that publishes stories that are less than 100 words, just published a very short story I wrote a while back titled “A Brief History of IKEA” about the truth behind the founder of IKEA. No, not that he was a Nazi. It is so much worse. Check out the story by clicking HERE like and leave a comment if … Continue reading A Brief History of IKEA
I’ve only been to New York City once. I drove in with my cousin. He lived in Brooklyn, working as a stunt double and he had my name. It was a lovely day. We got Creole food and took it up to the roof of his apartment complex. Down the street there was a party going on and people were shouting things like “Hey!” and … Continue reading “Jump”