WRITE CLUB: GLOOM
Write Club is a monthly, literary bloodsport in which contenders face off against each other with 7-minute essays on competing topics. This was the combatant essay for GLOOM.
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.”
An unproduced play for young actors, on the powers of imagination and collaboration.
WRITE CLUB: MARTIANS
Write Club is a monthly, literary bloodsport in which contenders face off against each other with 7-minute essays on competing topics. This was the combatant essay for MARTIANS.
Red Flags, Black Mirrors.
“You clarify all of your own thoughts and positions and assert repeatedly that the Fake Elder is not a real person.”
“I am telling myself that this is the year I should quit and somehow another year goes by without me quitting.”
“Life Cycle / News Cycle.”
An interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s Caterpillar, delivered to an audience inside of a newsstand.
An Audit in August.
Taking stock of nearly two decades spent online.
A piece of short fiction I forgot I had written.
What if this, what if that, possible, probable, likely, definite.