The Story So Far
- A sweet little bullet from a pretty blue gun
- The Music To The Story In Your Eyes
- The Game That We Have Been Playing
- The hidden law of a probable outcome
- A Mary Sue Ain’t Nothing But A Sandwich
- Think About It Seriously You Know It Makes Sense
- Who Are All You People?
- More on Short Fiction and Multi-author Anthologies
- Short Fiction, or “What Needs To Happen Next”
- Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Series”
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What I Write About
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I have about thirteen hundred followers on this blog, and I have no idea who most of you are. Some pages, I know, are inactive. I recently purged the pages that I was following and cut out all that hadn’t … Continue reading
I ramble about Old Buildings, New Wave, Borrowed Concepts, and Blue Movies on the Castalia House blog.
Chewing over that question is what has got me stuck on Bad Dreams & Broken Hearts at the moment. You see, I am working from the premise that what humans dream is actually an objective reality and that when humans … Continue reading
This past weekend I went to Springfield, Missouri. It’s on the opposite corner of the state from my home in St. Louis, but Missouri is one of those medium size states in the middle of the country. It takes me … Continue reading
“It is not that I have no past, rather that it continually fragments on the vivid and terrible ephemera of now. In the long country, cut with rain there is suddenly nowhere to begin.” Samuel Delany, Dhalgren I am a … Continue reading
Frank settled down in the Valley, hung his wild years on a nail he drove through his wife’s forehead
“Some things are so small that you don’t notice them. Others are so big you run right into them before you know what they are.” –Samuel Delany, Einstein Intersection Imagine that you and a group of friends have been in … Continue reading