EOM: Equal Opportunity Madness (edited by Michelle Stengel) is a new fiction anthology that includes Daniel S. Duvall's short story The P'tulpa Cult. Available in paperback, hardcover, and electronic formats!
Daniel S. Duvall dwells in his native Ohio once again (following a seven-year detour to California, where he studied screenwriting at UCLA and wrote dozens of articles for Creative Screenwriting around the turn of the millennium when that magazine was a tangible, physical periodical that one could purchase in brick-and-mortar bookstores). He sat in as a guest bassist for one tune with his favorite band (Fairport Convention) on the 18th of September in 2002 at a venue called The Knitting Factory in Hollywood CA. He enjoys interacting with cats, swilling Irish breakfast tea at odd hours, and watching televised baseball games. He earned a bachelor's degree in psychology back in the olden days when televisions were square and VHS was the dominant home video format. He finds existence fascinating and has never been bored.