This is a short piece I wrote for a UoL creative writing assignment to give a stream-of-consciousness character introduction in the style of Mrs. Dalloway. This is a piece where a the main character is about to go through a very tragic event in 21st century history, but I don't think my British peers picked … Continue reading That Fateful Morning (Flash Fiction)
I write this post to wish the happiest of happy birthdays to my brother in all but genetics Jacob Edward Kulp who today reaches two score years. The day that I turned around in 10th grade biology and asked you about the strange card game you were shuffling has altered the entire course of my life. Without … Continue reading Life begins at forty (a poem for Jacob)
Father Gregory's Last Gift - my recounting of the experience of the death and life of a beloved retired priest as I helped prepare his body for burial and what it taught me about life, the universe, and everything.
How I got stuck when creating fake worlds.
Time to buckle up and build a better posting habit, thanks to the advice of @JamesClear:
A flash story about a breakup in Paris I wrote last year:
This is how I work from pretty much everywhere outside of my house.
I'm jumping ship from Scrivener to Ulysses. Here's why:
Where I talk about sometimes feeling typecast as a personal blogger.
Wherein I put on my complainy-pants and spill the beans on what I don't like about my critique group.