Author has written 169 stories for Love, Life, Nature, Fantasy, Family, Humor, Friendship, Religion, Romance, War, School, Horror, Humor, Work, Young Adult, Haiku, Biography, Essay, and Politics.
• According to my followers, "Wedding Day" demonstrates that I'm pretty good at manipulating my audience.
• "What's in a Name?" is frequently praised as being mature, innocent and beautiful all at once.
• "The Deed" hints at my potential to become the next Edgar Allan Poe (or so that's what two people have said, but, wow, I never thought I'd hear that!).
• People have told me that "You Know What You Must Do" helps them to understand the daily hell that clinically depressed individuals have to go through.
• "The Double-Diamond Moguls" proves that I can blend humour and darkness almost flawlessly.
• Despite its brevity, the consensus on "Knifed" is that it's morbidly intense and mysterious.
• "Truth Without Words" is simple in plot, but beautiful to read.
I've never taken a poetics class in my life, so my poems rarely follow a specific format. Occasionally, a few people complain about my half-rhymes and my lack of rhythm, but that's just the way I write 'em. There's only so much one can do without proper education on the subject, so you'll just have to live with my limitations. I do welcome suggestions on how to fix them, though (e.g. my piece "Blind" was edited by a fellow reader). The only two major journals I've been published in are Poetry Canada (Summer 2005) and Tower Poetry (Winter 2005/2006).
• "Movie Review: Water" is my first contribution to the Sociology Students' Association newsletter.
• "Expanding the Sexual Orientation Continuum" describes why I feel our current model is limiting and how we can improve on it.
• I didn't know physicists could be hot until I found out about the eye-catching Dr. Brian Greene. Learn more about him and his effect on women in "Brian Greene Makes Physics Sexy!"
"The Self-Declared Father of Christmas" was authored by my brother and is a parody on the excess of Christmas consummerism with a Marxist perspective. The first 1/3 is mostly description, but the last 2/3 is absolutely side-splitting!