David Mamet returns to old stomping grounds in the prohibition-era crime novel "Chicago." It's everything you would expect from him, so buckle up.
A startling look at how the political machine runs and how easily it can be abused. And it's not limited to Illinois. This could happen anywhere.
Legend tells of a great ring of immense power and dark beauty that calls out its siren song to unsuspecting victims. The reach of this powerful object knows no bounds, instilling in men an unrelenting compulsion to possess it, regardless of cost (but it should cost). This compulsion usually arrives around the same time a... Continue Reading →
Did you know that Tai Chi was invented by an alien species that secretly attach themselves to human hosts because they would otherwise die in Earth's atmosphere? And that those same aliens have been waging a secret war against each other for control of humanity's destiny? Oh, and they started the Spanish Inquisition. What, you... Continue Reading →
We here at MojoFiction have blogged about our many incredible adventures over the years. Such as: That time we were stranded on Mars and had to use pure science to turn the Mars Rover into a Black Label skateboard and absolutely shred the Victoria crater, nailing the universe's first interplanetary nosebone. Like a boss. Or:... Continue Reading →
The staff here at MojoFiction has provided a lot of high-quality life advice to our readers over the years. We explained why your man hasn't proposed (it's not him, it's you), we provided practical dating advice that every guy needs to know (such as: dont' date), and we offered irrefutable proof that men are smarter... Continue Reading →
We here at MojoFiction have been off the grid for several months now, and while we may or may not ever explain why, we knew we needed to come up for air when we saw this on the internet: Ah, corporate branding. Is there nowhere it can’t reach? Nothing it can’t do? These images above... Continue Reading →
The relationship between Metra passengers and conductors here in Chicagoland has never been pretty. We've seen some serious arguments and we've seen passengers thrown off the train (not while it was moving...). During the holidays, people tend to be better behaved. Today, the hard-working staff at MojoFiction traveled by train to the city and everything... Continue Reading →
It was one of those nights in Chi-town. You know the kind. The rain taps against the front window of your favorite gin joint while a live singer belts out the blues just a little too loud for the small space, and just a little too blue for the bleary-eyed patrons. The kind of night... Continue Reading →