for an examination of the question of identity in the works of John Haskell, Dan Wells, and Percival Everett.
My life as a sub with assistance from a Borges poem
discusses Jose Luis Borges' evocative use of the labyrinth.
is a review of Zachary Mason's
Lost Books of the Odyssey
Architectural Traits of the Immortals,
comments on the architectural qualities in a few stories by Borges.
expresses another kind of magic.
A shadow self, a second skin, a reflection staring back from another world, those are my impressions when I think about the
CARIBBEAN MAGICAL REALISM
: a d i s t i l l e d m a g i c?
In this story
, published in Clare, a man has to face the errors of his past.
that shows the influence of Cortazar's "Continuity of
I subbed for 26 years,
had to come from it.
: I meet Borges on a Vegas-bound bus.
I'm a constant moviegoer with a nostalgia for old theaters.
came from my obsession.
A funeral crier finds that an actor specializing in Dracula takes his role literally
. Published in the Horror Zine, June 2013.
I grew up and remain a baseball fan.
is about my
memories and the Topps, 1959 set of baseball cards.
The Library of Babel Meets Google
This inspiration for
is a house in South Pasadena on the way to the Rose Bowl. I've seen many film crews there and I've caught glimpses of the house in the background of many commercials.
She was sculpted from darkness and her name was Luna. See my
in The MOON Magazine.
A waitress feels caught in a writer's fiction in
To The Cloud
published in The MOON Magazine.
a man is drawn to a woman who is searching for a close encounter of the third kind.
Memories of movies have been with me all my life.
discusses two theaters in my hometown which formulated my movie-going experience.
Other Works, Other Places
was inspired by Cortazár's
House Taken Over.
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