I’d be lying if immunocompromised me said I wasn’t scared shitless about the pandemic. I mean, it hasn’t rendered me useless like Wade the Duck […]
Why Siblings Day means something different for me
There. In the front room of my family’s first single-detached home in Whitby, my mom told me I had a brother.
Life with CVID is a little harder than it looks
If you look at my hands, you’ll see the scar tissue rising to the surface like manatee domes.
The Petty pursuit of breaking a story
And how one assumption can soil broadcast or print’s credibility
Social anthropology and studying ghosts
The cliché goes, “Hindsight is 20-20.” In one of those brief moments where I get to think for myself, I sometimes rue my focus in […]
When it comes to writing, it’s all about the location
William Faulkner, the writer of such tales as Absalom, Absalom and The Sound and the Fury, once admitted his profession was a solitary job. No one can […]
We need a little supernatural in our lives
Some days I have hope for a higher being. Other days I’m an atheist screaming at the sheep. Not to the extremes of men like Richard […]
Teach your children well
When Donald Trump was elected president, there were rumblings of over-stressed parents worried about how they would break the news to their daughters. Hillary Clinton lost, […]
Horror still doesn’t get respect
I stepped through the doors of Ten Editions to be greeted by the sweet smell of aged books.
The origins of my paranormal interests
For a writer, understanding culture and observing it are two essential skills they need to possess. Of course, that’s just my opinion, but read any […]