from elementary school I was nine when I wrote that. Today, I describe it as joyous and bizarre. My use of point of view, even at that age, had already left the realm of sophistication and entered the realm of the absurd. Check and mate. I love the simplistic, condescending instructions on this worksheet. “Isn’t … Continue reading Two early short stories
My dream from last night Photo by MSVG via Foter.com under CC BY Psychoanalyze this shit. There was a girl from my youth group — the girl in the purple jumpsuit. She let me know that if her boyfriend wasn’t around, it was cool. In case you don’t know what I mean when I say, “It was cool,” let … Continue reading The girl in the purple jumpsuit
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
A short story Read for free now My ex-girlfriend invited me to Chicago to keep her company while she auditioned for a TV show. This was the promise of a nice hotel room, ex sex, and tons of free time for me to explore restaurants on the strip. “We’re staying at the Omni,” Ashley said. “That’s … Continue reading Racism and Ageism in Chicago
This is a short story I wrote for English class in 12th grade. It was published in the Canadian literary magazine Raw Fiction, and I got paid, making this my first and so far only paid published writing. I was obsessed with Tuesday Walker; as any sensible person would be.