Not only will you learn that Nicky once won an award for his gothiness, he informs us how his ego was crushed by his ex and baby mama by a vicious joke. I don't remember the joke specifically but I think she pretended to be lesbian and told him that he made her that way, which most people would have laughed at but here you folks get a glimpse at the unprotected side of Nicky and learn another one of his weaknesses.
|Friday, June 1st, 2001|
Sorry folks the website that hosted Nicky's Goth Boi of the Month no longer exists.
So it's a good thing I saved it then, isn't it?
This is the exact layout from words to picture, everything has been reposted as it was seven years ago.
June 2001 Hot Goth Boi
Nick's Website: Writings From The Grave
Nick's Bio (In his own words): For those of you are curious about me, this is something that would get of me in my own words. I am a horror writer and have some of my work on a the website posted above so take a look around -- I have a webdiary at d-land which I use as a nightmare and travel journal; and one through Xanga for observations of haunted places. This one is for those who think that my work goes over their head. As a horror writer, I am driven by urban reality, urban myth and my own disturbing nightares. This place would become my notes and place where I use for my research. I keep a company ranging from Baptists, Pentacostals, Witches, and psychics. If one would like a portrait within the written word -- I do have a place where I write of my own dark insights. One would ask what horror tradition I take after when it comes to the gothic -- it would not be Anne Rice. My roots are Robert Bloch and T. Casey Brennan because they are both from the Midwest. I am drawn to the unknown like a magnet. I grew up watching Ripley's Believe It .... Or Not? and Into the Bizarre. I am one who would be spending time in the outdoors if the oppurtunity allows, and I try to keep well read as well as being well travelled. It is something that helps me keep young as well as prolific -- often looking for places which are haunted. I will correspond with anyone but if you are from the Midwest -- especially if one writes within the genres of horror, occult, and the supernatural. If anyone wonders who I write like -- similar to Clive Barker without the sex written into it but hold nothing back with the macabre. (How sick can one get.) My taste for ghost stories came about when I was with the boy scouts.