Short Story: The Bittersweet End of Chester De-Mauxlestre

Chester De-Mauxlestre was a bastard. But then he was a woman. Do you doubt? Believe all women.

The Sad Fate of Horatio Melvin Dinksworth

It's a sad tale for a sad time. Please, consume with one serving of Maine Salt. Yessah.

The Rainbow Bridge: Short Story

A story of life choice contrasts seen over the course of jobs worked for a client.

Auction: Short Story

Read it and weep. Or don't, I don't care. It's a cathartic little story about being annoyed with CoVid. Worst apocalypse ever, 2/10 do not recommend.

Dear White People, Liberal Maximalism & Wondering Why I Decided to Rewatch This Thing

Studying a film during my second viewing isn’t an uncommon practice of mine.  What is rare for me is doing so during my first viewing.  Rarer still is doing so during a first viewing, only to do so a second time half a decade later.  I first saw Justin Simien’s Magnum Opus in 2015, and … Continue reading Dear White People, Liberal Maximalism & Wondering Why I Decided to Rewatch This Thing

Morning in the City

Welcome to the future, where life identifies as having such meaning and worth. Check your pronouns at the door.