I write in various genres, I just get an idea for a story and off I go. Sometimes the ideas work, and sometimes they don’t, but there’s no way of telling which is which until I try.
Yesterday one of my most favorite authors passed away at the age of 91, Ray Bradbury. Next to Kurt Vonnegut, he was one I held in high esteem for speculative Science Fiction, and I read religiously when I was younger. During the 2011 school term, I took a class offered by Dr. Stearns in which we… Continue reading In Honor of Ray Bradbury – Essay “An Age of Atomic Paranoia”
I took out an old story from one of my writing groups. We had to use the last man on Earth prompt. I added some things and took away some things from my original version, and created a little something different. Hope you enjoy! It was the last night for the last man on Earth, and… Continue reading Sci Fi Short Story – Different take on “The Last Man on Earth.”
It had been half a day of trudging through snow and ice at a pace any normal person would have already succumbed to. This was my purgatory, I was sure of it. I wondered who I pissed off in my other life to be detailed so far away from the green and blue of home. … Continue reading Sci-Fi Short Story – A Long Winter