scott's xmas 031

My writing’s been published in a bunch of places over the past 10+ years. In addition to the books Dear Al-Qaeda: Letters to the World’s Most Notorious Terror Organization (Black Ocean 2006) and Nation Full of Caesars (Eye For An Iris, 2004), my non-fiction has appeared at Collapse Board, The Fanzine, Ablaze!, Clash Music, Boston’s Weekly Dig, and some other places I’m probably forgetting at the moment–ten years is a long time. I’m currently working on a series called Trout Fisting In America, a dark dive into the US psyche that, as much as they liked it, was too, uh, controversial for my usual haunts. Go figure.

I appeared in a BBC radio documentary about Nirvana, and I also play (a very minor role) in this band Tunabunny, that’s been talked about by NPR, MTV, The Quietus, and a bunch of cool places. And oh yeah, I once sang karaoke to 40,000 people in Chicago and provoked 30,000 of them into booing me before they cut my microphone.

I’ve written a bunch of other books that haven’t been published, so either I’m not as good a writer as I think I am, or my style’s at odds w/the marketplace. Or both. It could be both. Anyway, poke around and see if there’s something you like. Send me your thoughts at scott_creney@yahoo.com. I’m always interested in people’s thoughts.

Oh, one last thing I should mention–my last name is pronounced with a short e, so it sounds like ‘Penny.’ I understand this is inconsistent with the rules we learned in elementary school regarding vowel/consonant placement, but you can blame my distant fugitive (possibly drunk, probably violent) Irish ancestor who changed it from Carney for reasons that are lost to time.

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  1. Mathias says:

    i read your peace on ice age. you dont know shit about northern Europe, stop writing about us. fucking idiot american.

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    • ScottCreney says:

      I wrote that, what?, 5, 6 years ago? What a weird little person you are to come on here and ask me to stop writing about a band that I haven’t written about in a long time, based on an article you read at a site I no longer write for. Next you’ll tell me to move out of Boston, a place I left in 2002. But don’t worry. I don’t care about Iceage any more, just like the rest of the world.

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