Category Archives: Creative Writing

Impossible Horror: Screamers

Dedicated to Justin Decloux and Nate Wilson’s horror film Impossible Horror. The Scream calls to me. I’ve spent my entire life, what was left of it, trying to figure out what the Scream was. I wasn’t the only one. There … Continue reading

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The Plan

It’s been tough. I’ve been going through a lot of personal issues lately. And these issues have been further compounded by writing problems. In my last post, my last real one aside from reposts of my other work, I was … Continue reading

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Kanada Day

She asks me to walk with her, although I know I don’t have too much time. Even the TTC, in this world, has something of a schedule to keep. But I can’t refuse her. I never could. “We should take the streetcar … Continue reading

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The Entire History of You: Dark Age

Written as something of a follow-up to Black Mirror’s “The Entire History of You” episode, Liam Foxwell deals with the consequences of his actions during a therapy meeting: in which we learn that going “grainless” isn’t always so merciful. NSFW, … Continue reading

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Shadow

I kriffing hate those clankers, Nora. Footage from Praadost II: Encrypted Location: River outside of Nembasa City Sewer System. A tarnished white figure, with a pack, and a black T-visor Mandalorian helmet swims through the water. Through the grainy lens … Continue reading

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Some of What I’ve Been Going On

Again, it’s been a while. Some of this post is just an update on some of the things I’d been working on, but the rest of it is about some of the journey and what it has led to so … Continue reading

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The Greatest Mystery of All

Dedicated to Toby Fox’s Undertale. This is the sequel to Opposite of a Dog. Warning: there be Spoilers here. Reader’s discretion is advised.  Even now, you are not entirely sure why you did it. After you welcomed the human and the … Continue reading

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