Science and Mental Health Nonfiction Writer.
SciFi & Metaphysics Author.
Probably drinking coffee and hoping it rains.
Hope on the Seas
I had a dream last night that the iron bars and moldy brick walls were gone. Stranger still, I didn't notice at first - as one only can in a dream.
The Gift of Sight
There was a light in the forest this morning - a glow really. Eery pale green illuminated the top of a single tree, the ones around it unaffected, still cast in early morning shadows. Transfixed, I wanted to see more, but something held me back.
La Mort and Merlot
I was early for dinner, as usual. On-time for me meant five minutes early, no exceptions. It wasn’t a habit so much as a state of being.
Duality and Anxiety: The Infinity in Anxiety
I was speaking to someone recently about our shared experience with anxiety and depression. It was a lengthy conversation where neither one of us held back how we were truly feeling. We didn't let the anxiety stop us from saying things our souls needed to have said.
The Wendigo Named Deborah
The tangle of roots and bone stirred. Its great eye rolled around under its closed lid. Its claws twitched, the toes on its hind feet spreading as the great paw flexed. Its arms were placed neatly at its side, snout and face tilted up to the ceiling, long legs stretching down the cold, metal table.