This isn’t a post about the eclipse except that the upcoming event worked its way into a poem. Strangely, I thought I was going to write something… Read more “Eclipse (new poem)”
Dug this one out of the virtual bin of rejected poems. I rather like it. A Girl I Might Have Known Ink in her eyes and an… Read more “A Girl I Might Have Known”
I’m thrilled that Cold Creek Review nominated one of my poems for the Best of the Net Anthology. You can read the piece here.
I often write about religion, owing to a rather odd upbringing. While I’m not always comfortable vocalizing my thoughts about Christianity (at least, the peculiar variation that… Read more “Cranberry the Younger, Repent!”
Thoughts of a Brain Not Ready to Sleep I never thought the tide would turn, and it didn’t, so except for the girl in the auburn sweater… Read more “Thoughts of a Brain Not Ready for Sleep”
“Well, fuck me on a Tuesday,” said Ms. Volta, inspiring others around her to remove their clothes and curse. The others were blank slates, genderless, and were… Read more “Ms. Volta and Mr. Charlie Pincushion (Surreal Flash Fiction #2)”
Here’s a poem and accompanying song. The Charred Mayor Meets Madam Exoskeleton He wore a black suit to match his poor skin, his neck crinkly and crispy… Read more “The Charred Mayor Meets Madam Exoskeleton”