Category Archives: Short Writing

Childhood Terror: Afraid of the Dark, Afraid of the Light

Welcome back, dear readers. Consider this a continuation in the series of spooky, scary stories I’ve written in the last few months. Tonight, we focus on the one nearly universal fear: darkness.

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Why Hip Hop is angry over Slim Jesus and why it shouldn’t matter

Of the newer sub-genres of hip hop, none has been more prolific and recognizable than Drill Music. Drill is a trap-influenced style of hip hop out of Chicago that focuses on lyrics glorifying guns and gang violence, as well as … Continue reading

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Even More More Memories: False Memories, A Fire

At some point in my past, I traded my memory in for an expanded vocabulary. While that’s a pretty fair trade, I have trouble remembering a lot of things about my past. For instance, my younger brothers can rattle off … Continue reading

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More Memories: Meeting with The Man

Maybe I should call it Spooky September or something?

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Bathroom Terror: Writing on a Childhood Memory

Since we moved to our current house 22 years ago, the bathroom off of my parents’ bedroom has normally been reserved for their morning preparation and hygiene. However, on occasion I sneak in and enjoy the luxury of their glass … Continue reading

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