Yes, the most obvious and perhaps easiest way to get in touch with me is through this blog. Have a question? Just post it as a comment. I moderate all comments before publishing so if you’d rather not have it made public. Just let me know. Please avoid the “feedback” section of this blog. It magically sprang up when I transferred to my private domain and sits unaccessed by yours truly, like a dear aunt’s Christmas gift or the sweater vest your mom bought you when you were 14.
Next to this blog, twitter is the easiest place to get in touch. Just tag me in a comment or DM me if you’re inquiring about an interview or looking to add my name to your will. Don’t DM me to chit chat. I hate chit chat and prefer to interact in a public forum where everyone can benefit from my sage, fried chicken-related advice.
I’m fairly active on two subreddits, Dark Matter and Stargate, and do interact with fans on both, almost always answering questions in the threads, sometimes over DM, NEVER on chat. Chatting is for people with too much time on their hands.
I’m rarely on IG so my postings are….erratic. I also rarely interact on IG through DM’s as I never get around to them. The fact that I can only post photos via my phone has led me to hold a longstanding grudge against Instagram.
The chances of getting in touch with me through Facebook are about as likely as trying to get in touch with me via sky messages. I used to frequent Facebook to only share lost dog posts but now I don’t even do that. If it wasn’t for my pug’s (New Old Pug Suji) page, I would have been done away with this antiquated bullshit site long ago.
Lol. Are you serious? I remember my former writing partner, Paul, once lamenting the fact that he had unwittingly signed up for Linkedin and then tried unsuccessfully to delete his account before giving up. So, mine is still out there, gathering dust along with the countless connection requests and messages from people who really should just be reaching out to me on twitter or this blog.
If you reach out, please don’t send me your Stargate ideas. I’m not creating/developing a series. That would be Brad Wright. Also, please don’t send Brad Wright your Stargate ideas (or ask me to get them to Brad). Trust me, he doesn’t need them. He’s got plenty of his own.
Guys, please. "Pre-Greenlit" isn't a thing. If it were, you know what would be "pre-greenlit"? My idea for that procedural series about the telepathic pug who solves crimes.
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 15, 2020
I’m surprised by the number of people who said they would watch. I may need to rethink my development slate.