New Story: Journal Entry 129 / 1694, “Gabriel”

Ladies and Gentlemen, a new Journal Entry, all for you! This story is M/M, man/dragon, and falls into the not-quite-a-story, more-of-an-anecdote category. Meaning there’s no plot, just some set-up to have some hard-core porn. But it also falls into the vaguely-resembles-a-real-life-incident category. Gabriel. This is a beta release.  I checked it for typos and have spell-checked it once, but […]

On where to put your black swans.

Joseph Fouche has a fascinating article entitled Seizing the Opportunity to Destroy Western Civilization. I don’t know anything about Fouche, although the blogroll he belongs to suggests a right-libertarian bent with touches of joyful submission to authoritarianism (Althouse? Really?), but this article of his has all the makings of a classic for writers of epic […]

The Lead, And How to Swing It

Insanely prolific blogger and book reviewer James Nicoll has a contest entitled Because My Tears Are Delicious To You. James has a lack of patience for exceptionally bad SF, along with a notoriously long idiosyncratic list of things in SF that especially set him off, and is challenging people to write the ultimate “make James […]

Annoyed at myself for being annoyed at myself for being annoyed at myself…

The other day, I was reading one of my own Journal Entries, trying to remind myself of why I wrote them and get back into the groove of writing them again.  Now that I’m doing freelance work, though, I don’t have as much time to write as I used to.  I have to produce value, […]

This years Literary Bad Sex awards are out!

And while I agree that Philip Roth’s The Humbling deserves first place, I have to hold a special place in my heart for Ten Storey Love Song: Meanwhile, down in Vaginaland, Mr Condom’s beginning to feel a bit iffy. He’s overheating. For some reason, the shagging seems to be twice as fast this evening, and […]

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