About the Blog
Fear of a Ghost Planet brings together writing on a diverse array of popular culture, from the Amazing Spider-Man to the Immortal Hulk Hogan to The Big Lebowski. Through reviews, essays, features and other content, Fear of a Ghost Planet will throw its small hat into the ever-expanding ring that is web culture. Then, it’ll buy a bigger hat.
About the Authors
Paul Arrand Rodgers is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at Bowling Green State University. A resident of Dearborn, Michigan, Paul has been blogging about pop culture in one form or another since 2006. He began Fear of a Ghost Planet in an effort to bring together his two extra-literary passions—film and professional wrestling—and to expand into other elements of culture. Paul recently began a position as an announcer for Absolute Intense Wrestling, has had poems published by Heavy Feather Review, and published a recipe for jambalaya in Roger Ebert’s The Pot and How to Use It: The Mystery and Romance of the Rice Cooker. You can find posts from him here.
Laurence Thompson is an English writer, currently working on the sequel of an award-winning independent film. He is almost certainly drunk. Read his work here.
Dante Villanova is a former radio station lackey who gained cult-like status amongst the midwest underground for frequently refusing to play Top 40 music in exchange for ripping on the bands he was supposed to play. After finding a several creative outlets to release his whiny inner man-baby, he has contributed to several blogs and watched the egos of hipsters collapse in on themselves like dying stars. He is now a blogger on Ghost Planet and hopes to asexual reproduce children as awesome as he is.