Phil Ford

Phil Ford is the co-editor and a contributing writer of Richmond Macabre : Nightmares from the River City and Richmond Macabre 2 : More Nightmares. He is also a contributor to artist Chuck Scalin’s Body of Evidence Book Art project. A writer, columnist, and musician, his work has appeared in ThroTTle Magazine, Richmond Magazine, and Carbon 14 Magazine. He also DJs the Friday Clock Out 5-7PM and co-hosts Death Club Radio on Thursdays 12:30PM on WRIR 97.3, Richmond Independent Radio.

stories by Phil Ford

10 Great Christmas Albums Not On The Grid

10 Great Christmas Albums Not On The Grid

Okay, we already know from multiple annual articles some of the most critically acclaimed records for the holiday season. The Bing, Elvis, and of course Phil Spector albums all have their place on the top lists we see circulating around this time every year. We even...

Love Jumpers

Love Jumpers

This Valentine's Day, Death Club Radio's Phil Ford considers the doomed romantic tradition of the Lover's Leap, and asks: where did this macabre folk legend come from? I like to think I am a practical, sensible person -- although many have told me otherwise -- but I...

Meeting Meat Rain

Meeting Meat Rain

In this special Black Friday edition of RVA Reader, Phil Ford tells us all about his long-running obsession with the time so long ago that meat rained down from a clear sky in Kentucky. It is that obsessive moment when you discover something you are compelled to...

Op-Ed: Your Footwear Is Killing My Country

Op-Ed: Your Footwear Is Killing My Country

Guest writer Phil Ford comes to us with dire warnings of a great scourge plaguing our sadly divided nation: flip-flops. There is an antagonism we are experiencing in our great nation that has had many suspects in the lineup: race, religion, socio-economics - -  but...




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