Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Regulars

Something I wrote after work today. Thanks to Lao Russell. Who I’m sure is long dead. Most of this is true. She’s standing at the till at the front of the liquor store, a suitcase trailing behind her. Her clothes … Continue reading

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Axe Body Spray and Irish Whiskey.

It’s the aftermath of Christmas. I’m back home and enjoying being in my own place, in my own groove, and sleeping in my own bed. Not that I dislike heading home for the holidays or anything, but fuck, sometimes a … Continue reading

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Hell of a Drug (Excerpt)

The introduction of a story I worked on back in the day. I didn’t do anything with it, but I figured it might be okay to drag it into the light of the world in excerpt form.    The drive … Continue reading

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Summer in Alberta

Another short piece. Wrote this during a summer exile to Alberta. I grew up in Alberta, and if you collected all the empty bottles of beer from my time there, you could build quite the fucking structure. Still, I love … Continue reading

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The Neighbors Might Complain

Something short I hammered out on the typewrite while slightly boozed the other night. It’s short. I was listening to Led Zeppelin. I actually felt kind of good.    The neighbors might complain about the Zeppelin, but fuck them. They don’t know … Continue reading

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