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Maintenance Time: Creative Hands at Work

August 15th, 2019

Things at this site aren’t as messy as that men’s room in “This Way to Egress.” Nevertheless, you’re likely to find the layout looking a bit different, maybe even a little messy while web designer Will Horner (of W. H. Horner Editorial & Design) and I work to give things an overdue upgrade.

With more users accessing the web on mobile devices, we’re hoping to develop a design that works on a variety of platforms. To that end, in the days ahead we’ll be making some changes to the headers, margins, and overall designs — changes that we hope will work more effectively on the kinds of screens people are using today.

I also plan to update some sections, particularly on the Books, Stories, and Music pages, where I’d like to include more dynamic content and purchase links.

In the meantime, if you have any suggestions, drop us a note in the comment section or via the contact tabs (Facebook, Twitter, Email), which you’ll currently find along with the website’s section tabs at the bottom of each page.

It’s a big job. But it’s going to be great when it’s finished. Just ask my colleague Ron the Janitor from “This Way to Egress.” He’s the expert on big projects.

The 21st-Century Scop on the set of  Nightmare Cinema.
Ron the Janitor in a still from the film.
Nightmare Cinema. Cranked Up Films, 2019.


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