Unbelievable! It’s the third installment of SoapMan! This time around, our hero beaten outside of Diablo’s, is pushed to his mental limit while reality breaks down all around him. Hang on, because it’s a whacky ride! Click the pdf below to read. SoapMan #2 – New Game Or read from the start! SoapMan #0 – … More SoapMan #0.2 / New Game
Don’t be fooled by the title, here’s the second chapter of my serial adventure, SoapMan. This time around, Bob taps into his salesman persona on the job, explores his origin story, and goes to a bar with a colorful cast of characters. Shit’s about to hit the fan! click the pdf below to read. SoapMan … More SoapMan #1 / You Are Dead- Continue?
Here is the pilot chapter of my hybrid series SoapMan, written with narrative prose, poetry, and comic segments. Follow Bob and his friends as they try to make it in a cut-throat world of mutants, witches, and robots governed by a mighty god tree. In chapter 0, Bob wakes up late for a job at … More SoapMan #0 / LOADING
Wild Drowner is a short story about a loner Mike and his musician roommate Leo. They go to a small restaurant concert in the city, to Mike’s discomfort, but he is there to support Leo at his first live gig. Will this night be the one that breaks Mike out of his shell? Will Leo … More Wild Drowner
Waves & Spirals is a primarily non-fiction book that chronicles my last semester at Virginia Tech. Professor Matthew Volmer tasked our Hybrid Forms class with writing a book by the end of the semester. The basis of my book is the form of the cronica, think of it as an in depth journal entry that … More Waves & Spirals
My last semester at Virginia Tech, I took a course on the functions of television with Dr. Michael Saffle. We explored the nature of the medium in several aspects: the history, the culture, the marketing, etc. Two of the essays I wrote focus on how we as people consume television, and programs that I watched … More Keep Watching, Keep Cycling
Ghost Park is my attempt at writing contemporary fiction. The story follows Clay as he leaves his home by cargo train one night and ends up in an abandoned park in an unknown city. It explores the nature of art, media, nature, isolation, and what it means to be alive. The initial concept was written … More Ghost Park
A Trip to the Playground is a collection of poetry that I wrote as an undergrad at Virginia Tech while studying with Professor Lucinda Roy. Within, I explore life, nature, mind-body dualism, time, introspection, isolation, and music. Click below to read the pdf. A Trip to the Playground Thank you, and enjoy your trip!
An experimental, “visual poem” where you can piece together your own journey. The read is non-linear, let your mind take you to where it wants and piece together your own journey. For the best experience, I recommend printing a copy. Published in Silhouette Literary and Art Magazine: Volume 39 Issue II http://www.silhouette.collegemedia.com/ Created with pen.