The following is a product overview tailored to client expectations. It covers various questions that customers had when considering purchasing a certain product. The difference between the copy and my typical writing voice is marked, particularly when comparing punctuation usage. Runners know exactly how hard it is to keep dead skin from accumulating on one’s … Continue reading Copywriting: Product Overview
This poem was originally published in Breadcrumb Scabs. Mary Anne, you are my favorite lover you read from your book of poems, your poison thick as honey and as hard to swallow as bile and after reading a linguistic murder weapon sick enough to rival Plath and kill her twice you look up at me … Continue reading Poem: Mary Anne
you can't imagine what you have evoked the cigarette falls down still sparkling bright (i changed my brand to what you always smoked) in waking once i dreamed you were my own in dreaming my delusion was revoked (i changed my brand to what you always smoked) i remember last month it always snowed i … Continue reading Poem: A Villanelle for Tim Fuhs
Weird how I came here because the books that I read said the city’s toxicity exsanguinates hope dead odd that i chose my domicile on the principle that the prettiest things should cause or decorate a funeral purple lilacs are a little bit tame though they die faster than jacaranda which I made my name … Continue reading Poem: Botany of the Coastal United States
In the latest episode of BUSted, I relay the story of how my phone got stolen out of my hand... twice. Shooting the livecast at Dromebox Studios was so much fun. Interesting story: I wasn't booked until that morning, when I was already on my way to work. With no window between quitting time and … Continue reading BUSted on Dromebox
Performing a story for Two Truths and a Lie at Angel City Brewery.
My quest to do 100 things in a short amount of time was cut short due to a traumatic experience. The physical and mental anguish it caused increased my need for both self-care and medical attention. I do not feel comfortable discussing the event at this time. I just wanted to make it clear that … Continue reading Update on 100 things