Welcome to the website of Scott A. Cupp, your guide to the world of the weird tomorrow, the odd today and the abnormal yesterday. We will strive to show you the ins and outs of Scott’s mind. (Even though it has been banned by the Good Taste League.) So get your tour books ready and start your audio player when you see the stoned rat. It’s going to be a wild ride.
I was Toastmaster at ArmadilloCon 31!
Hip, hip hooray! Nice nice yah boo. Phillips is a German and he has my pen. (Palin)
- Johnny Cannabis and Tony, the Purple Paisley (Sometimes) Colored White Lab Rat (2008)
- Leon Trotsky Achieves Nirvana – The story of my cat who had an identity crisis and a bad attitude. And his three witchy friends. (2003)
- The Man Who Ate Goldfish – I tried to write a Robert Nathan (Portrait of Jenny) type story and this is what happened. (2002)
- In the Mood – A light hearted story of big band music from beyond the grave. (2001)
- The Singing Cowboy’s Apprentice – The Singing Cowboy’s Apprentice – my longest piece and one I am particularly proud of. The true story of the singing cowboys and the magic of their lives. With prairie dogs and great Doug Potter illustrations. (2001)
- I Was a Teenage Horny Toad – What my summers in north central Texas were really like when I was a, well, the title character. (1998)
- 13 Days of Glory – The true story of the settlement of Texas as a gay rights homeland and the battle of the Alamo. (1989)
- “Love Story” appearing in Damn Near Dead 2 edited by Bill Crider
- Geek With (Lots of) Books (2009-?)
- Interview on Missions Unknown (2009)
A new interview with me went up on the Missions Unknown website. The site is hosted by John Picacio, Sanford Nowlin and Paul Vaughan and is devoted to the science fiction, fantasy, and horror things and people in San Antonio. The website went live 5/25/09 and I am the first interview.
- C.O.U.S.: Reflections from Rick’s Collection #21
- Conversations with the Bookless: Scott A. Cupp
- Review of the Grand Hyatt Hotel and Achiote Restaurant