In Enlightenment’s Wake – Poem

A poem written in response to the book Enlightenment’s Wake by philosopher John Gray. I wrote it a few years ago but it seems more relevant now. * In Enlightenment’s Wake we stand alone, far from ourselves and far from home. Jet black the skies crimson the seas, all for the sake, of eternity. We…

About My Writing

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Pennies From Heaven – Short Story (full)

In a city not dissimilar to our own, one made of concrete, rock and human bone, one etched with the lines of eroding time, one that etched itself onto human skin, in that city a little girl got lost. A little girl called Esther. The bus had not stopped where she thought it would and…

The Wellington Boot Club – Play

Scandal rocks the infamous all-male drinking society, The Wellington Boot Club, when one of their members is found beaten to death…

The Girl Who Fell – Short Story

Yggdrasil. Have you heard of Yggdrasil? Have you heard of Yggdrasil, the world tree? They say it is where the condors fly. She is a huge tree, an enormous tree, a vast tree that grows out of our earth, through the clouds and into the sky. She is the place of myth, of legend, of…