To write is to dream, and to show the world is to bring life and consciousness to that dream. To write and withhold is to suffocate the words, ideas, characters, lives that yearn to be made real.
The Doll of the Orphanage
Dr. Edwards and Miss Robinson
A Death on a Train
Under a Callous Moon
Musings of a Brief Spring
Flashing Lights and Unfaith
Dr. Douglas and Hyde Robinson: A Play
The Black Box
A Forlorn Fowl
A Childhood Memory
A Night on the Beach
Spit, Rinse, and Repeat
Fate Delights to Thwart Us
A Review of "Ain't I a Woman!"
Former Emo Kid Takes on the Opera
Guilty by Reason of Insanity Book Review
Pet Sematery Book Review
The "Still" Life of Clarissa Dalloway
The Decreation of Hazel Motes
The Body as a Site of Affirmation
The Finn Family Romance
The Strings of Serial Identity
The Canary in the California Coal Mine
The Philosopher and the Artist
Modern Hysteria in the Late 19th Cent.
Interpretation of a Jar
The Plight of the Erudite
A Visit from the Geek Squad
The Immaculate Desecration
The Anti-Wedding March
Selfhood, Memory, and Amos Tutuola
The Embroidery of Paranoia
Jonathan Swift, the Iconoclast
On Felman's Turn of Interpretation
The Importance of Reading
To Forge Meaning in Joyce’s "Portrait"
Woolf on Physicians in "Mrs. Dalloway"
On Burke and Shelley
Miss Emily Grierson, the Martyr
Themes in "Leviathan"
Parody of Sonnet Love in "Twelfth Night"
Machiavellianism in "Henry V"
The "Still" Life of Clarissa ...
Scenes of Ecstasy
The Stranger on the Train
This Isn't a Love Letter, I Swear