ODIN'S AVIARY

So, it'll be November again soon. I'm still working on "last year's book," The Spinning Wheel, and don't even know if it will ever be pushed on publishers. But ... what if I could do it again?

...The book wasn't done. So I kept going. And two days ago, at just over 110,000 words, done it rather suddenly was.

"We, the audience, don't really know Robin Williams."

 

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l'Esprit d'Escalier

A poetic monodrama; for two. l'Esprit d'Escalier is a short theatre piece open to interpretation and accessible to all. This piece is free for public use, with a request for notice to the author of any presentations or productions you may create.   

 

Therianthropy [WORKING TITLE]

Genre fiction - set in a very contemporary, very actual New York City - that makes use of subculture and an off-beat adventure story to look at belief, and what it means to be human.

“Well, the Catholics schooled in the Gnostic gospels would have you believe that all unnatural creatures are a result of Lilith getting it on with demons and the like.  But I figure, I didn’t believe a thing the Catholics said before I found my ken, so why start now?” “I’m Catholic.” “Not really, man.” “Well I was.  At least, I was raised Catholic.” “Yeah well, I was raised to be an asshole, but I’m making a comeback.” “So does this mean vampires are real too?” “Don’t be ridiculous.  Well, I mean, maybe.  That’s the trouble with subcultures.  Awareness equals extinction.  So, sure.  Frankenstein’s monster, too.”

“Well, the Catholics schooled in the Gnostic gospels would have you believe that all unnatural creatures are a result of Lilith getting it on with demons and the like.  But I figure, I didn’t believe a thing the Catholics said before I found my ken, so why start now?”

“I’m Catholic.”

“Not really, man.”

“Well I was.  At least, I was raised Catholic.”

“Yeah well, I was raised to be an asshole, but I’m making a comeback.”

“So does this mean vampires are real too?”

“Don’t be ridiculous.  Well, I mean, maybe.  That’s the trouble with subcultures.  Awareness equals extinction.  So, sure.  Frankenstein’s monster, too.”