From the moment his first stories began to appear, Meth’s writings earned him a reputation as someone who shoots straight from the hip.
This gained him accolades from such notables as Kurt Vonnegut, Harlan Ellison and Leonard Cohen. He’s gotten drunk with Evel Knievel, read with Gregory Corso, and is one of the few writers Howard Stern entrusted with a full-on interview.
Meth’s articles have appeared in hundreds of publications and were syndicated by The LA Times Entertainment Newswire. His fiction has been published by Barnes & Noble On-Line, while his poetry appears in such prestigious international publications as The Literary Review.
You can see Meth’s work in the following Aardwolf publications:
Signed Paperback/Bookplated Paperback/Expanded Digital version
Comic Book Babylon. 370 pages of truth. If you can handle the truth. What really happened to Gene Colan? Why did Harlan Ellison want to slap Jim Warren? And what happens when Barry Smith can’t find his Windsor? All books are signed by the author!
Three tales a piece from Bill Messner-Loebs, Dave Cockrum, and Clifford Meth!
Aardwolf's first comic book ever. Some versions are signed by Dave Cockrum, Paty, Clifford Meth, and Gray Morrow.
Contains David Boswell's Reid Fleming, World's Toughest Milkman in Another Dawn, Clifford Meth's Snakes (illustrated by Dave Cockrum), a tribute to the creator of Psycho, Robert Bloch and his story The Pastmaster.