Author: Vic Neverman

In the wake of the Maya Apocalypse of 2012, Vic Neverman decided to find a new calling and retired from the conspiracy theory business. Today, Vic is reformed and re-socialized, living in a Florida halfway house where he works as a fixer for local real estate agents. When he can, Vic sets out in search of shade and refreshment in the farthest corners of the world. What he brings back are stories of the world's uncharted dives...

Shipwreck Vibes: Sportsman’s Weekend in Key West  

Michelle has the long-skirted swagger of a spinster schoolmarm, the kind of woman whose corset you could really sink your teeth into. She appeals to Gutter’s sense of chivalry with her distressed damsel antics, but Gutter admits he shat out his manners long-ago, about the same time he stopped giving a damn about Cleveland dames. Michelle pleads for Gutter’s help. Her sister is missing.

Original Sin Again (or “Serpent in the Florida Scrub”)

With its lush flora and fauna, Wekiwa Springs State Park is a mimicry of Eden. It has all of the prerequisites for paradise: crystal-clear spring water, a snack-bar and tame woodland creatures. A leisurely float downstream, across the park boundaries, beyond the jurisdiction of park rangers, is Wekiva Island. If the state park is Eden, Wekiva Island is man’s fall from grace.

Slap the Goon: the Winos of Gagaju

If Australia is a continental escape from the dregs of Northern Hemisphere normality while maintaining the same imperial thirst for beer and leisure, Gagaju is the trailer park microcosm of this departure. Vic Neverman and Rescue Diver Dave Mosby are on the run and there isn’t a better place to hide than Gagaju.