Prologue (Anna, Farmer)

I am planning to begin a serialized children’s tale based on a game my sisters and I played as young children. The following is the Prologue, modified and reprinted from an earlier iteration on this blog. There once was a sizable farm nestled in the hills of Northeast Maine, just East of the once- bustling […]

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Poem: Descent

Today, I learned that Forests will swallow you if you let them. They’re wide and long and darker than you think and If you go up, you will have to go down and it will hurt, like Hell and you’ll feel sick and it will be okay.   Because, look, listen… if you’re lucky, you’re […]

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Memoir: Playing for the Wrong Team

The Summer before Senior Year was when I decided to get serious about hockey. For the past one and a half seasons, I’d done the bare minimum to become acquainted with this very new sport, attending games and the practices offered to my high school team (there weren’t many). The fact was that playing hockey […]

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Makeshift is Available Now!

Makeshift, winner of a National Gold Medal in Science Fiction/Fantasy, is now available as a novella from Lulu.com with beautiful cover art from Gaby Stratmann! Be on the lookout for an eBook edition this November and for both editions to drop on Amazon.com & B&N.com sometime soon!

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Poem: Amsterdam

The following is an insanely bizarre, free form poem written in August of 2017. There once was a very sad monkey, and he was super into doughnuts. But the donuts were all sold out. They had been for 75 years.   The monkey considered quitting doughnuts. He could move to Amsterdam, maybe, try something new. […]

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