There had been times There had been times There had been times.
The smell of the workweek is fried fish — on the verge of burning and flaccid green beans — pushed to their limits. The sound is of arguing & stomping — the clinking of dishes the television sparks — a war in Tel Aviv The setting off of lawn sprinklers The smell of moisture on […]
Excited to have three flash Misfit Docs published at Queen Mob’s Tea House today. My stories include one about crafting a Pam Anderson doll. All in all, Pam will be an almond-toned, anatomically correct, windswept Wonder Woman I love Misfit Docs. It’s one of my go-tos. Here’s the link to my stories for those who are interested.
Happy to have my art featured on the cover of Sundog Lit‘s Issue 13. Check out the new issue here!
Chopin dishes in the sink / Nocturnes unmade bed / Alive a sonata for piano / Eggs sunny side & Opus 9
I was watching an interview on YouTube with novelist Paul Auster today. He said he writes longhand when in the early phase of a book then completes the manuscript using a typewriter. I thought this was quite rare and interesting. I personally compose poetry and prose in my journal using longhand, then I take it […]
I thought I would just sit here and have a coffee I thought I would eavesdrop on a Las Vegas woman who went on about her Yankees hat I thought I would try not to spend money I thought I would stick my nose up at a Starbucks cup I thought the man next to […]
My most recent darling words are diaphanous, sinuous, lithe and finery.
I noticed a model in a mag who wore a ring, its width spanning to the bend of her forefinger. Not a wedding band, of course, ‘cause the world of fashion modeling is one of availability — of disengagement, full of time to amble, with the occasional need to stare down voyeurs. ## She tried […]