We Will Eat You Whole

  I am so ANGRY. I don’t think you understand the quantity of the word ‘I’. I don’t think you understand the RAGE whirling around within the state of this anger. Not I as in sole, me. I, as in millions. There are millions walking around like us, filled with rage at the state of […]

Today, January 21st 2017

If you follow me across all the platforms, you’ll see where I am most outspoken, and where I chose my stance more carefully so as not to alienate or further divide us based on our views regarding issues mostly outside our control. You’ll also know, especially via Twitter,  that I tune myself into what goes […]

Breath Between Seconds

My short story, Breath Between Seconds, was accepted into a fantasy anthology via IWSG and Dancing Lemur Press! I very almost didn’t participate. The theme is Lost Heroes. The picture above almost kinda conveys my take on it. When people think of fantasy, they think of Tolkien-esque, medieval style battles. Glory and victory and sacrifice […]

‘That Lady At The Vet”

  Maybe you’ve read this article: Who you callin’ nurse?. Maybe you’re a nurse and you’ve ranted against us, the veterinary technicians, for wanting our title changed to veterinary nurses. Oh the nerve, right? Wrong. It’s not an insult. Veterinary medicine is medicine. Animals have all the same components and organs that humans do. At the […]

Industrial Cap StopWatch

I had to stop working on my thesis and watch 60 Minutes. Graduation be damned, there was no choice to make. How could I miss a show regarding the new Industrial Revolution, where companies are scaling back on technology and using what would have been available in the early 1900’s? So very Steampunky, which is […]

Matter

Something’s pointedly not being addressed in these communities, and it’s beginning to create a logical backlash, yet everyone’s shifting focus, and racism is kept alive.

Home Bike Eye

  I don’t know what it means, this scrap of paper I’d found taped to the door when I came home from school this afternoon. No one else was home. The thin strip looks like it had been pulled out of the trash as an after-thought. It’s got some tell-tale crumpling that had to have […]