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An American in Anarchia, Part II

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Literature, Misc. Prose | 0 comments

We met at the grocery store, the American, the Anarchist, and the Beauty. We picked the ripest tomatoes, three different types of meats, olive oils, bottles of wine. In the checkout, I gave him cash for my share,...

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The Sum of All Parts

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in Featured, Literature, Poetry, Scripts | 2 comments

A play for the stage! A cross between a Platonic dialogue, a Shakespearean comedy, and American Pie. Features 7 major characters, hero and villain, 2 romantic subplots, a TV smashing, descructible stage and object avalanche, a green orb of power, a waltz, a song, and a swordfight.

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An American In Anarchia: Part I

Posted by on Feb 19, 2013 in Literature | 0 comments

Introductions were in order: where I was from, where he was from, common ground, differences between America and Italy. He was mid-30s, average height, strong build, a four-day fuzz covered his cheeks, jet-black hair slicked with an oily substance, cut like a young Elvis.

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Vulcanized Rubber Soles

Posted by on Feb 19, 2013 in Literature | 1 comment

A day, alike others in so many ways, finally came when the clowns had run out of days to give me. When the scale had become so unbalanced as to topple, spilling its contents all at once.

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Manufacto Corporatica

Posted by on Dec 17, 2012 in Literature | 1 comment

Herb – I saw your briefcase. Sorry things didn’t work out for us. I’ve taken Glen and some of our things to the women’s refuge where I can find a new husband. The divorce has already been taken care of. Unemployed men cannot marry. – Edna

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Billy’s Adventures

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Featured, Literature | 1 comment

  It’s sweet, comedic, tragic, entertaining, and enlightening! Meet the colorful characters; take in the sights, sounds, and smells. Follow Billy across oceans, over mountains, through small towns, and...

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