Graduate of University of Central Oklahoma studying in Creative Writing and Film Studies
Former Editor for New Plains Student Publishing
Looking to join a community that builds others up!
Day 1 "Of Mice and Men"
ACT I CHLOE and DAVID wait by the mailbox for their carpool to arrive and bring them to their first day of High School at Northern Oak Public. David looks a bit shaken by Chloe’s edgy hairstyle and change of fashion. He glances over and she makes eye contact.
"Stay" "Entre-Act" "Stop Turning"
I "Stay" an old Old Fashioned now just a peel now-marble ice and sweaty glassed sits lonely as the lounge singer’s shimmer leaves the grand
America's Living Ghost Town
If you haven’t heard of the town of Cobbesfield, you're not alone--most haven’t. This little community is home to less than 100 living citizens as well as over 1200 dead. You can find it between the two stoplight towns of Gotchead, New Hampshire (though when passing through, you’ll see that the “c” was marked out and a question mark was added to the end) and Morose, Vermont (whose sign had yet to be vandalized). Still, Cobbesfield is recognized as a town as they had their very own charter, their very own sheriff’s station, farmer’s market, Church of Christ, diner, and a combination general store/gas station. The community lacked a mayor, a library, a school system, any stoplights, they had no fire department, and were the chronic victim of gerrymandering. The already small pool of voters (and the even smaller pool of those registered) are divided between which city council is responsible for the mess that Cobbesfield is. If you really wanted to draw out the borders, look no further than the cemetery as it makes up more than 90% of Cobbesfield.