Category Archives: General Writing

Getzlaf and Pillar are the Locker Room Problems Everyone Thinks Queer Athletes Would Be

If you don’t follow sports, in the past week and a half Toronto Blue Jays centerfielder Kevin Pillar was caught calling a pitcher a ‘faggot.’  Ryan Getzlaf of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks was caught calling an official a ‘cocksucker.’  Whenever

Getzlaf and Pillar are the Locker Room Problems Everyone Thinks Queer Athletes Would Be

If you don’t follow sports, in the past week and a half Toronto Blue Jays centerfielder Kevin Pillar was caught calling a pitcher a ‘faggot.’  Ryan Getzlaf of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks was caught calling an official a ‘cocksucker.’  Whenever

Some Meandering Thoughts on the Seattle Reign

I find myself in an in-between with most sports, wanting to write about them, but not enough to make it A Thing.  (Title IX Hockey an obvious exception.)  I’m not a Reign writer in any sense, but I am a

Some Meandering Thoughts on the Seattle Reign

I find myself in an in-between with most sports, wanting to write about them, but not enough to make it A Thing.  (Title IX Hockey an obvious exception.)  I’m not a Reign writer in any sense, but I am a

Pages from the University de Sade Episode 26! And Schedule Changes

Episode 26 of Pages is now live on Smashwords and Kindle.  You can read a preview here. Headmistress Arrington and a nude Kenzi get to know one another. Meanwhile the buxom Bristol and her well-endowed country Daddy Garth meet downtown

Pages from the University de Sade Episode 26! And Schedule Changes

Episode 26 of Pages is now live on Smashwords and Kindle.  You can read a preview here. Headmistress Arrington and a nude Kenzi get to know one another. Meanwhile the buxom Bristol and her well-endowed country Daddy Garth meet downtown

Escape from New York: Upstate’s Problem with Fleeing Talent

Earlier this morning I read this piece in Rochester, New York’s Democrat and Chronicle about upstate’s desperate plea to keep college grads from leaving.  As someone who graduated from an upstate university in 2008, looked for suitable employment for four

Escape from New York: Upstate’s Problem with Fleeing Talent

Earlier this morning I read this piece in Rochester, New York’s Democrat and Chronicle about upstate’s desperate plea to keep college grads from leaving.  As someone who graduated from an upstate university in 2008, looked for suitable employment for four

Why Women’s Sports

I get asked this question a lot, whether it’s someone who knows me fairly well and has simply never inquired, or someone new I’ve met that’s noticed my relative ignorance towards the NHL and MLS despite greatly enjoying hockey and

Why Women’s Sports

I get asked this question a lot, whether it’s someone who knows me fairly well and has simply never inquired, or someone new I’ve met that’s noticed my relative ignorance towards the NHL and MLS despite greatly enjoying hockey and

More Tips for Formatting Your Word Doc to Self-Publish

A lot of people think self-publishing is simply a matter of writing and editing something in word and then throwing it on Smashwords, iBooks, or Kindle Bookstore and calling it good.  Not quite.  Word is definitely good for, well, putting

More Tips for Formatting Your Word Doc to Self-Publish

A lot of people think self-publishing is simply a matter of writing and editing something in word and then throwing it on Smashwords, iBooks, or Kindle Bookstore and calling it good.  Not quite.  Word is definitely good for, well, putting

The Authors that Influence Me

Originally this was going to be my favorite authors, but that’s kind of boring. Instead I’ll talk about the authors from my early years that have had an impact on my writing and on my life. The books I read

The Authors that Influence Me

Originally this was going to be my favorite authors, but that’s kind of boring. Instead I’ll talk about the authors from my early years that have had an impact on my writing and on my life. The books I read