Selected from 1994–2010 Read for free now mona lisa (1996) mona lisais a pisashe’s a piece apizza pieshe’s a funnyphone a meetsalet’s go outand walk the sky mona lisawants to meet yain a penguinsuit and tiefind her where thewalk and streets abreaking upand gonna fly Read more
I love Laura Lindsay. Read for free now (incomplete) I love Laura Lindsay. I mean I fucking love Laura Lindsay. And when I say I love Laura Lindsay, I mean I love Laura Lindsay more than a 39-year-old man with a wife and a kid should love a 21-year-old girl. Especially one I’ve never met. One … Continue reading WHITE GIRL MISSING
these are the books I would force you to read thelittleprince.com One philosophy book If I could force you to read a philosophy book, it would be Beyond Good and Evil. Yes, Nietzsche was that influential. Yes, parts of this book suck. Maxims and Interludes and Peoples and Fatherlands are the worst chapters in the book. … Continue reading If I could force you to read a book
Get rid of your hierarchies. Stop worshipping. Sandro Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus Have you heard of Best Picture? It’s an award given to movies, right? Wrong. Best Picture used to be an award. Now it’s a genre. Because now that the award has been around a while, people make movies with the intention of winning … Continue reading Masterpiece As Genre.
as she read mURdEr cLuB cANDy Some of an email exchange with Joan Barbara Simon as she read my novel mURdEr cLuB cANDy: Joan: Have you ever done meth? I’m reading Candy on her trip and whilst it sounds convincing to me, who am I to tell, I’ve never been there. Is it enough to have … Continue reading Conversation with Joan
Selected from 1991–2016 Read for free now I am not a short story writer. I don’t understand the form. However, over the years, I have written a few and these are most of them. Stories included A Wedding in June Tina Marie Jones (and her sister’s name is Shelly) Jessica’s Pussy Sushi Date Anna’s Corner … Continue reading Short Stories
In books and in life Photo by Fr Antunes via Foter.com under CC BY-NC-SA My book Things Said in Dreams is written with a female narrator. When one of my female relatives read it, just about the only thing she had to say about it was that it was ok but it didn’t sound like a woman. … Continue reading Real versus realistic
They thank me for being their guide—2016 Read for free now I have a memory. I am in the sandbox. A lizard appears. I grab the lizard. His tail detaches. The lizard runs away. I am left holding this gray lizard tail — and the lizard had been green. He tricked me. And I learned a new … Continue reading Dead Girls