Look, I know I’m terrible at updating this site. Mostly because I don’t want to post too much of the upcoming book because I’ve learned making money in this economy is exponentially more difficult when you try to do it on your own terms. After all, somewhere along the line (probably in Middle School) I […]Read more "A Bunch of Unrelated and Potentially Pointless Updates [Aug.2016]"
Took some time and headed out to Easton, PA last night to sit in and talk live music, writing, and assorted nonsense on the Mic Hop Podcast. You can listen to it below. That said, make sure to check out their site and what they’re doing in regards to open mics: www.MicHopTours.comRead more "Mic Hop Podcast"
Time sure as hell flies. It’s been one year since I released Life On a Treadmill: The Collected Works of a Successful Failure, and while I stopped paying much attention to sales, I know it’s over 150. For an unknown author, who doesn’t have the big publishing house resources, I can’t be prouder of that […]Read more "Life On a Treadmill is One Year Old"
So we all know life isn’t exactly easy these days and jobs are going the way of the Black Rhino, but there are things we can do. They might not be the greatest ideas or yield the most results, but we can still do things, right? Well, I published a book of my writing. You […]Read more "Life on a Treadmill: The Collected Works of a Successful Failure"
There were two high-schoolers sitting right behind me—a guy and a girl. It was clearly a date, and the guy was trying way too hard to seem sophisticated. When the food came out he attempted to describe it as though he were an expert, but merely called it “rich” and “decadent” over and over. When […]Read more "Perfection"
For nearly everyone who attended public school there were certain lunch days that were met with a little extra enthusiasm. But there was one in particular that didn’t necessarily get the same attention as pizza or taco day. I’m talking about the cafeteria chicken sandwich, a patty of pressed chicken scraps pumped full of sodium […]Read more "The Cafeteria Chicken Sandwich"
A man with a dented forehead, rotten teeth, and dark gray hairs scattered around a bald piece of head was the only person in the hallway near the entrance of Birchwood Terrace when I arrived with the Chinese food I was sent to deliver. His gray sweatshirt was covered in yellow and brown stains, and […]Read more "Birchwood Terrace | a short story"
Despite being on the verge of illness, I decided to head into Brooklyn for a show. After all, it was that or stay home alone and be bored. Within five minutes of being there I witnessed a girl crying on the sidewalk, which is always an awkward situation. From past experiences I’ve learned that one […]Read more "Things I Learned Last Night"
As a species that is completely obsessed with the superhuman it is easy to understand why we often forget that we are human. And maybe we forget because inherent to being human is the recognition that we are limitlessly limited. This is perhaps why we as a species have gone through so much trouble and […]Read more "Limitlessly Limited"
Yosemite National Park is a vast and magnificent universe located on the western side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only proper to speak of Yosemite as its own world. Any day hike to one of the massive peaks or cliffs, which overlook the entire valley and expanse that is the park and surrounding […]Read more "Three Fools & The Captain"