Charlotte Saint – Crookfield

Behold! One of the two main characters of the yet-to-be-renamed Crookfield! Charlotte Saint is my secondary main character. She’s eighteen years old and living in Crookfield for one summer only: the summer before she finally enters college. Her father ditched Crookfield many years before her birth and never looked back, but her estranged Crookfield family […]

“Crookfield was a dusty roadside town…” – Crookfield

I have begun a new story! It doesn’t have a name yet. I’m just calling it “Crookfield” at the moment because that’s the name of the town where it takes place. The story involves elderĀ gods, blood sacrifice, ex(?)-cult towns, centuries-old traditions, and old-fashioned Southern mayors. Our two main characters are Thistle Bancroft, a native resident […]

“Butter, Bank Robbery, and the Ever-Encroaching Existential Fear of Aging”

I’m working on a new short story. It’s complete at only just over 2,000 words. It’s not a masterstroke, but I think it’s pretty cute, and at least an interesting read. I’m editing it now. It’s called “Butter, Bank Robbery, and the Ever-Encroaching Existential Fear of Aging”. (For neatness’s sake, I’ll be tagging it as […]

Five Poems

As always, I would like to preface any poems I’ve written with “I am a baby, fledgling poet who still doesn’t understand the conventions of poetry but really wants to get in on the game so I’m ravenously reading poetry (particularly slam poetry which in all honesty is the genre that really captivates me), but […]