The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Accepting a Ride GracefullyBy Nightcharm / Monday, September 4th, 2006
Here at Nightcharm, USA New Josman illustrations are always a cause for standing on our heads and reciting the Jabberwocky with wild hiphop gestures.
Josman’s illustrations make us dizzy — correction dizzier, with all they have to show us about phallic fun. And we do mean phun.
The Master has taken his digital pen and paint to a heart-tugging tale about one fellow helping out another. You see this other fellow — that’s him, above, in the white T with the nipple ring — he’s stranded (wouldn’t you know) in the middle of nowhere. Funny thing about nowhere: You can’t go shopping there, or take in a movie, or order an Orange smoothie from some cute bucktooth hayseed behind a counter. Boys being boys though, our two heroes figure out a way to flitter away the time … and each other.
Thickly Wooded by Dewey Dunham can be found in the Inner Circle. Here’s a taste:
Leo nodded and nervously adjusted the rearview mirror as if it mattered… Leo reached over the kid’s knees to the glove compartment where he kept his stash. Just being that close, feeling the heat of his body, made him go all creamy inside. He pulled a black film container out from underneath a stack of maps. “Shit,” Leo said, “I don’t think I have any more papers.”
“Not a problem,” the kid said, looking directly into Leo’s eyes longer than guys are supposed to …. His skin was very smooth with a natural rosy blush to his cheeks and full red lips. It was a pretty face, and in the half-light of the car it might have been a girl’s face. It was the kind of face you might see on a billboard, surrounded by other hot guys playing shirtless football at some prep school. Leo thought, without quite realizing it, that it was the most beautiful face he’d ever seen.
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