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Published in Seventh Wave Magazine, Spring,
tall in an elaborate maze set to tumble at any moment, one domino
constructs a fantasy that it will achieve glory by being the very
last to fall. The unbearably pompous 'Six' awaits their grand
destiny, while lowly 'Three' remains unconvinced.
A shy loner accepts an invitation to visit a
wealthy family's private island, only to discover their warning
of being 'a little crazy' was no joke. Completely isolated and
under the spell of his enigmatic hosts, Morris Hoop confronts
his troubled past to discover that 'crazy' can mean 'fully alive.'
An exuberant fable about one man's exile from
a walled village where simply being human is viewed with deep
suspicion. Determined to share what he learns in the outside world,
the man attempts to return and unearths an evil nobody in the
village has ever dared acknowledge.
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Willy is a liar and a jerk. Heide, his fiancè,
is fat and delusional. Her father, Otto Sauermann, is a wealthy
technology mogul who will stop at nothing to ensure her happiness.
When Otto discovers Willy's plan to break Heide's heart and steal
his money, he conjures up a plan of his own. A story about love,
deceit, and high-end electronics.
They're short! They rhyme! They've got major
problems! These poems explore six mental disorders found in the
DSM IV, the psychiatric bible which puts labels on every possible
way us humans can be all be little 'off.' This collection features
an obscure malady which might help explain Michael Jackson's eccentric
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