I’m pleased to announce that, after years of waiting and hoping, the bizarro fiction collection of short stories, Not from Concentrate, is finally available on Audible.com!
This project has been a labor of love for me since I first decided to move down to Austin and record a collection of short stories that I felt were appropriately reflective of the times in which we live (and record them out of my studio apartment’s walk-in closet like the crazed recluse that I am!).
Joking aside, stories are important. Fantasy is great, but what about Realism? What about Realism and Fantasy and Satire? Can we combine these elements and package them in short stories – audio short stories available on mobile devices for people to listen to? These were the questions that drove me to produce this audiobook. Continue reading
LET’S GET TO WORK!
1. 100% rescue and recovery of all couch cushion POWs!
2. 3.6% reduction of being eaten and pooped out on the lawn by the dog.
3. Read my lips, “No nude Princess Leias!”
4. Regarding the division of North and South Apartment Kitchenette: “Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
5. About those afternoon magnifying lens experiments, we must ask ourselves, “Is our kids burning?!” Continue reading
Why do people stop themselves once they’ve got something started? Why do people stop short of achieving a goal, again and again?
Sure, part of the problem is the fear of the unknown but the other problem is a lack of setting goals. If a person isn’t moving toward a goal, then they’re just moving out into the unknown abyss of space. That’s scary stuff. Continue reading
Sensory acuity is not getting its proper attention in the discussion of self-editing.
A writer needs acuity in one’s senses while rewriting.
This is where things get all super squishy. Continue reading