Category Archives: Personal Anecdote

Goulish Poetry

On the first day of my Writing the Undead class, we ripped pages out of a cheesy zombie novel—”Ghoul” by Brian Keene—and used the words to make poetry. From pages 83,84,241, and 242 I took parts of sentences and put … Continue reading

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A Page Dies—Short #1

In this short story, the unnamed protagonist is the house page of a rich family during what seems like colonial times, though I did not specify the era explicitly. When the city is attacked by a neighboring country, the page … Continue reading

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Cooking for Graduation

To celebrate our dear friend Xavier’s graduation from Georgia Southern University with a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering, the gang prepared some dishes for a party thrown in his honor.  

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A Message from Arben Theodhosi

One week ago, I had a message forwarded to the Albanian artist Arben Theodhosi, telling him of the conversations Petro and I have had about his art and our interpretations of it. This is what he had to say: Hi … Continue reading

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A Question of Writing the Body: Twins

Anyone that went to school with me or lived in the small town of Swainsboro GA, uses me and my brother Kevin to form the image in their heads when they hear the word twin. Anyone who didn’t know us—this happening … Continue reading

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Inspirations Around Newton

Around the Newton Building last weekend there were notes taped to the walls outside and in the outside stairs. Some of them were funny and others were quite inspirational. Here are a few of my favorites:

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Half-Robbed

We rode the last bus of the night. The sun had crept behind the buildings on campus and was replaced with a crescent moon; a slice of ivory pinned against the black sky among a myriad of stars. Efad and … Continue reading

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