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I have 46 stories published in 4 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 32885 times and 30 of my stories have been cherry picked.
49 of my 192 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 51 votes

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Supervillain Scheme No. 122 (Part 2)

...the story continued. It was the day of the supervillains’ descent onto Planet Earth, and superheroes had their hands full, just as planned. The...
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Supervillain Scheme No. 122 (Part 1)

The Planet Earth had just narrowly escaped certain destruction for the 121st time. This time, near-devastation was at the hands of a supervillain...
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Mr. Lee's Cafe

There was a tiny brass bell that hung over the front door of the Gogoratu Cafe. It rang every morning at 8:30 and then again three hours later. Those...
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The God of Mistakes

It was dusk over the Aegean Sea. The sun had just set over the horizon, and the sky had metamorphosed into a dull green, revealing the evening’s...
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The Other Otherworldly Visitor of Oscaloo

Chapter 3 in the Visitor of Oscaloo story introduces the Villain.

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49 of my comments have received 51 Great Feedback votes

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That is powerful, a truly

Posted on Sun, 26 Dec 2021

That is powerful, a truly stunning work. I'd read a novel not too long ago about people who work at a mortuary, but this was far more descriptive and far more emotionally resonant than I got out of a whole novel. 

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Posted in An Undertaking

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Excellent

Posted on Sat, 04 Dec 2021

This is so elegant and lovely to read. Takes me back to those simpler times.

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Posted in 4

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This is a poem with magic at

Posted on Mon, 24 Jan 2022

This is a poem with magic at every corner. I always felt that the legends surrounding Druids were intrinsically fascinating to me, and this just completely brought it out! Really wonderful poem.

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Posted in The Wishing Tree (of Glastonbury Tor)

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Uh oh...

Posted on Thu, 20 Jan 2022

Uh oh...

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Posted in BBC TV Listings, Wednesday January 21st 2032.

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This is heartbreaking and

Posted on Thu, 20 Jan 2022

This is heartbreaking and really very well written.

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Posted in She Cries

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Completely unrelated but I

Posted on Tue, 18 Jan 2022

Completely unrelated but I swear I saw Cassiopeia in my dream last night, then to come here and read a poem about it. (I studied astronomy for a science competition in high school.) I love the imagery you have throughout this... makes a really...

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Posted in Fading of Legends

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I liked this poem too.

Posted on Tue, 18 Jan 2022

I liked this poem too. Minimal light passing through the leaves that flutter like butterfly wings put a strong image in my mind. Really wonderfully written!

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Posted in Burnham Beeches

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Very much enjoyed this horror

Posted on Tue, 18 Jan 2022

Very much enjoyed this horror tale but with tons of humor injected in it. :D

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Posted in Poking James MacGuigan’s Pig

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I got a little excited when

Posted on Sat, 15 Jan 2022

I got a little excited when AOC (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) kicked Amazon out of NYC. Small steps but I hope it's just the tip of the iceberg. I'm hoping also we can repeat what we did 100 years ago! Maybe I'm pie in the sky but at some point it's...

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Posted in Money - some context

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It's ultimately our decision

Posted on Sat, 15 Jan 2022

It's ultimately our decision to let people hoard wealth. We need to make that illegal! Great piece. -Michael

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Posted in Money - some context

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