I recently realized that through all the hell and hubbub of Senior Year, I neglected to mention that the long-promised second edition of The Valley Chronicles was recently released, rendering the first edition out of print! I’ll explain exactly what that means below. What’s a ‘Second Edition’? A Second Edition is a revised version […]Read More The Valley Chronicles (Second Edition) is Now Available!
As my supply of old short stories runs dry, I’ve had to start wracking my brain for a feature to replace them. I’m happy to announce several features heading to the blog in early 2018! Looking Backward/Looking Forward LB/LF is a short essayish series coming to Electric/Eccentric, basically running through the ACC 2017 & ACC […]Read More General Announcements!
Why this political principle must be used sparingly among healthy friendships and teams. “It is a weak mind that imagines its version of reality valid for all men.” -Rick Remender Anybody who’s ever worked in some sort of group has heard the term “Majority Rule”. A semi-controversial political doctrine used by most democracies, including the […]Read More Opinion: ‘Majority Rule’ Isn’t What You Think
Watches speak They tell us of ends and beginnings They help us feel the Ticking murmurs of inevitability Approaching both infinitely quickly And painfully slow They look aesthetically pleasing And weigh down wrists Just enough to make themselves essential So you feel naked When you find yourself without it Sometimes you have to wonder Whether […]Read More Poem: The Watch
When I said “I do,” the first time it was already apparent that my marriage would not last. There was a look of sad uncertainty in her eyes as I told my new wife another lie, which was neither the first or last I would tell to protect her. Jenny wanted to know about my […]Read More Short Story: Nemesis