The Cat and the Box A story of the uncertainty that is embodied by Schroedinger's Cat.
Fiction: Humor, M, English, Humor, words: 3k+, follows: 1, 12/3/2007
The Waiting Room to Hell Recently published in the UWM Undergraduate Literary Review, this is perhaps the most techincally intricate story of mine. I make use of abrupt time shifts in the narrative as well as unconventional pronoun references.
Fiction: Young Adult, M, English, words: 2k+, 10/7/2007
3The Clown Joke or The Story of the Comeback King A modern fable, as well as my personal experiment with an epic story. Based off a joke.
Fiction: Fable, M, English, Humor, words: 4k+, 4/29/2007
2 World Tinted Blue The themes of rescue and despair. A very angsty piece, but fun to write.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, words: 1k+, favs: 1, follows: 1, 1/29/2007
2 Jesus Fishing A personal narrative about a crisis in faith.
Fiction: Spiritual, T, English, words: 2k+, 1/29/2007
1October Snowman A short short written out of frustration when it began snowing in the beginning of october. Also an experiment in personifications.
Fiction: Fantasy, T, English, words: 716, 10/12/2006
Locker 1281 A story dealing with archetypes and abstraction.
Fiction: Fable, K, English, words: 3k+, favs: 1, 9/10/2006
1Unknown Gods A story combining mysticism and Christian spirituality.
Fiction: Spiritual, M, English, words: 1k+, 9/9/2006
Windshields A short short told in the second-person detailing exactly what goes through someone's mind when they go through their own windshield.
Fiction: Action, M, English, words: 1k+, 9/9/2006
County Donegal Written in homage to the late James Liddy. James enjoyed the story very much while he lived.
Fiction: Fable, M, English, words: 2k+, 5/3/2006
The Story of my Story A metafictional story.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, words: 6k+, 4/22/2006
4Goodnight Sweet An experiment with scripting for a graphic novel. This piece was particularly fun and a little gut-wrenching to write.
Fiction: Horror, M, English, words: 1k+, favs: 2, 3/25/2006
3Revital A simple exercise where I had to write a story involving a dinosaur, a girl in a flower suit, and the line of dialogue, "This drink tastes funny..."
Fiction: Supernatural, T, English, Supernatural, words: 397, 3/13/2006
Fanboy An initial installment to what could be a series of shorter stories, but mainly written as an excercise to force myself to write about something I don't especially like, namely vampires.
Fiction: Supernatural, M, English, Supernatural, words: 3k+, 12/8/2005
4Super Heroes are Bastards A practical application of extremely subtle super powers. Not everyone can throw cars at villains. Some of us actually have to use our words.
Fiction: Fantasy, M, English, words: 1k+, 9/28/2005
1Super Exploring the idea of the superhero as an outsider, feared for the powers they wield.
Fiction: Fantasy, T, English, Supernatural & Tragedy, words: 1k+, favs: 1, follows: 1, 9/1/2005
Closure Written to help cope with an intense experience. Displays a use of suggestive dialogue.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, words: 570, 9/1/2005
1Life in General The sequel to the Flood of '98. Written with the same collaborators almost directly after the first one, but a slightly more ambitious project.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Humor, words: 16k+, 4/24/2005
Acoustic Guitar on a Sunny Day A short short story. The title is simply what stuck in my head while writing it.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, words: 652, 10/19/2004
8The Flood of '98 A screenplay I collaborated on with two friends. A nostalgic look back to a grade school in the late 90's.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, words: 11k+, favs: 2, 5/26/2003
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