Category Archives: Reading and Writing

The Cover Letter That Almost Got Me a Job

Dear Sir or Madam, My resume, I feel, and I think you may agree should you take the time to look over it, has a very nice layout. It looks sharp and the left handed column of achievements adds a … Continue reading

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The Raven Writes.

The very fact that I’m far too tempted to kick this off with a completely senseless and resounding “fuck” should give any reader a fair pause as to my general ability or worthiness to speak on any subject, however mundane … Continue reading

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New Walls, Old Thoughts.

Tom Robbins adorned the walls of his Skinny Legs and All with wolfmother wallpaper; a choice I found a bit garish.  As a novel I found it better suited to a deep pomegranate red.  Let it be noted, however, that … Continue reading

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1/2 A Conversation…or maybe 1/4.

-Well, he didn’t love much, did he?  She tilted her head to a soft position. -He was honest. -Simple, you mean. -Honest, I mean.  Respectful.  He did his simple best for her. And she, soft positioning -He knew as little … Continue reading

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Writers wish and Wishers write

I’m that guy who wears his pants too high.  I’m that cat with the hat.  I used to be the guy with the hair.  I’ve been the poet, the philosopher stoned (which is just as well in the past, as … Continue reading

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