2005-2015: A condensed history of my music recording career.
This is a creative nonfiction piece that was written to address the theme, "Waiting." It reveals my post surgery experience while waiting for pain medication.
Brief scenes from a 2-year period of my life when I lived in Austin, TX.
Friends help friends do the things they love.
This is what happens when sibling rivalry becomes retail intervention.
A short essay about finding a happy moment on a psych ward.
J Maynard Quimby
James and Gabriel's paths cross in an unlikely way in a story where an improbable friendship develops, where seeming ironies abound, and where the supernatural cannot be denied.
J Maynard Quimby
There are many reasons I identify with my native Southland, but it's the language that makes me feel most at home.
Gaining pride of heritage through grieving a loved one's death.
Short reflection on the importance and non-importance of birthdays.
Richard the Heade
Non-fiction piece about some recent memories and dreams I've had about the first friend I made back when I was six. The preceding sentence is horribly written but I'm too tired to do anything about it
I started a photography magazine, this is the start of my first publishers letter.
A symbolic memory from a few decades ago.
A humorous essay
Examining the point where love goes from mortal to immortal.
My story about how I have lost weight and keep it off. I have actually lost over 70lbs since my initial writing of this and gone from a size for 40 waist to a size 32.
I'm submitting a personal essay for a school application. I wrote it in third person because I'm sort of tired of writing in first person. It's 1600-1700 words.
Just a bit of advice for the mentally alert.
This essay is a remembrance of someone who had a great influence on my life. Ina Roth was an amazing woman.
Sally and Dave are working out the boundaries of their relationship while discussing how the internet blossomed into the growing network it is today.
A personal essay about cancer, family and acceptance. Around 1,300 words.
A macroeconomics paper written by me that my professor said was beyond the scope for his intro class that I wrote after watching two seasons of the Walking Dead non-stop.
Remembering the days of being an alcoholic.
An essay I wrote a few years ago when I was in college. It's about a college kid being in school for all the wrong reasons. Funny enough for a re-write?