Fictional Family Fan Fiction.
A once-unfinished idea about two men with the same last name.
“The problem is not bad apples, but bad orchards.”
An architectural allegory.
“Consider a home that should have been condemned years ago; a home that should never have been built in the first place.”
On a criminal president’s celebration of criminal justice reform.
An illustrative example on the questions of hearsay and firsthand accounts.
“It seems that nothing about your festering, homicidal temperament will set off any alarms worth hearing.”
The Penalty Area.
“I would ask what kind of nation we are.”
Flight of the Spiteful Strigiform.
“The Owl thought no one type of human was any better than another. All of them, after all, were inferior.”
What is owed and what is deserved.
About the forthcoming attempt to downplay the effects of this meaningless political exercise.
On the space where basic bigotry meets combat readiness.