Fiction Analysis: Shane Koyczan, A Letter To Remind Myself Who I Am

I'm actually not going to analyze this one. I think it's left better as is. Anything I say to try to complement it would be kind of pointless. Shane Koyczan is a sort of spoken poetry hero of mine. I've enjoyed almost ever one of his poems and I'm sure I'll continue to. For this… Continue reading Fiction Analysis: Shane Koyczan, A Letter To Remind Myself Who I Am

The Shoes I Travel In

 A few years ago I wrote a short story titled “The Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune.” I scribbled it down in a hurry but let it fade, tucked away into a drawer. It was the first time I tried to channel my depression and the protagonist was so modeled after me that he should… Continue reading The Shoes I Travel In

Guest Post: Drew Gorman, “Losers All Of Us” and “Never Worry About Sweaty Pits Again!”

Writer and poet Drew Gorman delves his psyche and sweaty arm pits.