Content? Content.

Hey, so apparently at least one actual human has seen this thing! Well, either that, or a next-gen spambot. Either way I should probably upload some actual content.

First, news; the reason I haven’t been updating is because I’ve been working (yay!). Between a couple shows at Old Creamery Theatre here in Iowa and a contract to write Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin’s memoirs I haven’t had a whole lot of brain power for the sort of short-form work that works as blog posts.

Here are a couple of audition videos I shot, not great quality but I promise I’m better live.

And here’s a little poem I wrote in the car. I tend to write poetry when I don’t have the time to do anything else. I doubt it’s of much interest to anyone (myself included) but it keeps me playing with language. Continue reading “Content? Content.”

The Show – Short Story 3/4/2015

I’ve committed to uploading one short story a week to work through my backlog of ideas. I make no promises as to length or quality, most of the time I’m uploading draft 1.5.

The stories are free to download and share, but please ask me be for you reproduce them in any way. I promise I’ll say yes.

This week we’re┬álive at 8:30.

The Show

The Common Art of Killing – Short Story 2/16/2015

I’ve committed to uploading one short story a week to work through my backlog of ideas. I make no promises as to length or quality, most of the time I’m uploading draft 1.5.

The stories are free to download and share, but please ask me be for you reproduce them in any way. I promise I’ll say yes.

This week we’re on our way to work.

Warnings: F-bombs inbound, graphic-if-absurd sexual language, large trucks, no one actually dies.

The Common Art of Killing

Impossible, I Said – Short Story 2/12/2015

I’ve committed to uploading one short story a week to work through my backlog of ideas. I make no promises as to length or quality, most of the time I’m uploading draft 1.5.

The stories are free to download and share, but please ask me be for you reproduce them in any way. I promise I’ll say yes.

This week we stand at a crossroads and either make a deal, or don’t.

Warnings: Ambiguous Ending, Surreal Language

Impossible, I Said