Blog Post / Spring 2017 / Uncategorized

W. Kamau Bell’s “Ending Racism in About an Hour”

Kamau Bell at once proved that his show was not going to be your normal comedy routine.  With a clicker and projector and screen, I was prepared for a lecture.  And it was in the sense that I learned something and it wasn’t in the sense that he ever made me feel inferior.  Opening the … Continue reading

Blog Post / Fall 2016 / flash fiction / Flash Fiction Friday

Flash Fiction Friday: Leaving the Roost

“Leaving the Roost”           His name was Mike and he wasn’t a baker. He forced-fed hamsters with Parkinson’s hands—a tiny napkin to mop up every last drop. He spilled integrity on his sheets and washed them anyway. Though his glasses reflected shimmers of silver everywhere he looked, he cleaned his applewood mantle … Continue reading