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The following is an excerpt from Innocence to Vengeance, one of the more disturbing stories in my upcoming book Gonzombie and Other Dark Tales.
The young woman looks up at him, and into him. Through his eyes, she sees herself as he would like her to be. She sees herself clad in a short, red, pleated skirt and a thin, white, short sleeve shirt, not buttoned, but tied just under the bosom. She sees white, knee-high socks and black patent leather Mary-Janes.
Her vital fluids ooze out of her pores, nipples, and genitals, and slide over her body like a second skin. This skin assumes the shapes, colors and textures of the garments that the drunkard had imagined.
The girl, (Thani, often featured battling zombies in my work,) is not so defenseless as she would have the creepy drunkard believe. The manner in which her power flows was Read more »
If I may be so bold– (and yes, having given myself permission, I may–) I will suggest a New Year’s Resolution to you.
Let go of body shame!
I refer to body shame in every sense, to that of one’s self and others, to the hurtful notion that one form is better or worse than another, and to the idea that the flesh is inherently shameful, especially when exposed. I’ve already written extensively to dispel humanity’s strange taboo against public nudity. While I do bid you include acceptance of naturism in this resolution, I shall focus for the moment on Read more »
We wouldn’t want to keep a goddess waiting, but first, a brief word of warning about time travel.
Wordpress seems to think that messages can be abstracted from any chronologically sound order. In sooth, I can grasp sending a message forward, as in a time capsule. Indeed, such was my intention regarding this very post. If, from the point in time that I am currently experiencing, you will be reading this tomorrow, than I shall have finally succeeded. However, this blogsite insisted, despite my increasingly frantic and frustrated efforts, on sending the following message back one full month, tucking it ‘tween posts of the past. Perhaps the powers that be seek to bury what may be viewed as blasphemy. Perhaps it’s all just a temporal misunderstanding– Or perhaps I remembered to set the publication day to the second, but writing toward the end of last month, I forgot to specify the following month. In any event, if you’re experiencing Déjà Vu, it is indeed a glitch in The Matrix, and that glitch may be me.
Now, on to greet a goddess...
It is said that that the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, (or Venus, in Roman myth,) emerged fully grown from the sea.
The more twisted details are that Aphrodite rose from Read more »
Today, eight new paintings were unveiled, seen hitherto only in fragmentary glimpses. Throughout the week, I shall post works in their entirety, starting with art that turns the perspective around, and looks back at the connoisseur. Read more »
The mystery deepens.
The scene suggests that something dire transpires in the presence of the pyramid.
Who is this young woman, exposed in a posture of supplication?
Why does she place her face beside the yellowed skull?
It hides her features from our view. Her expression is unknowable, yet it seems doubtful that she mimics the skeletal grin.
For what does she stand in?
Will the role culminate in her Read more »
It’s my birthday! Because I’m such a jolly good fellow, I have a treat for you! Here’s a sneak peek at one of the many works I’ve completed this Summer!
‘Tis said that the eyes are windows to the soul.
This eye reflects another laid bare, flayed deeper than the skin, yet the spirit within is far from broken.
Is the beholder another to be lashed, or Read more »