All in Other
Back in the early to mid-‘90s when I was writing and submitting serious short fiction, or what I would categorize now as ‘sh*t no one wanted to read‘ I found a champion of my work on the Internet.
On the road with my brother left us with unanswered question
Sometimes Parents Are Not Always Right
There is no Kryptonite to protect against this super power
They can take your status, but they can never take your dignity
My mortality is always in question
How many Lukes to move the world?
We have come a long way from standing on a hillside buying each other a Coke
It’s my resolution and I’m standing by it
Scrooge was better than his word …
But the real surprise is who continues to give them
He sat at the piano, the perpetual cigarettes in the ashtray just above the piano keys — each devoured in two long draws