Under Library of Stories, read How to Feed Your Monsters. It’s a short and hopefully funny story about the dining habits of closet monsters.
Today in Library of Stories, I’ve posted a CBC radio podcast discussing Masculinity and Indigenous Men. I’ve also included My personal thoughts on masculinity as a gay man, an aboriginal, and how that intersects with masculinity.
Hey. Go to my Multimedia page to see the results of tea chemistry and also some poetry/random thoughts.
Considering we’re coming out of Winter, under Library of Stories there’s a nice little flash fiction about a conversation between a father and his daughter: When Winter Arrives.
Other Works are kind of a mixed bag. I’ve got links to past articles I’ve published, ideas from other people I’ve found interesting, and just stuff which don’t fit in the Library or in Multimedia.
And last nights…so added a few old stories under Library of Stories and under Multimedia I added my thoughts as to Disney/Marvel using the late Stan Lee’s Twitter account to promote Captain Marvel…and how well that seems to be going. (Spoiler: It’s not, it’s tacky, and there was a better more respectful way to do it…but no doubt some Marketing a-hole thought it was an awesome idea because any publicity=good publicity).
Versus the Mind Reader – a story from the future where fighting a telepath is probably the last thing you want to do.
Just Another Airport Story – a future flash fiction about airports and space travel to Mars.
If Hell is Other People, What’s Heaven Like – Wishes, Genies, and a short fiction about someone who was genre savvy.
All under Library of Stories – they’re older stories I wrote; I gave them another editorial pass.
Find this under Multimedia, and the funny thing about me doing the review and reading the book. As I was returning it to the library, I was ruminating about how my life had changed since being diagnosed with ADHD and being prescribed medication. It’s hard to see the change in yourself from day-to-day….oh, sure, friends have said I seem quieter, more relaxed, not hogging the conversation, etc. etc. However, I realized for the first time in YEARS I’d read a book cover-to-cover. This wasn’t an easy read either. So yeah, I’m happy about that.
Okay, under Library of Stories I’ve a new commentary, but be warned, it’s a whimsical examination of our use and overuse of the f-word, so “Mature Audiences Only” for this one.