Monthly Archives: May 2005

Writing Workshop

Wanna further my education? if you’d like to donate money to help send me to this workshop, go to paypal and make a donation to chris [-a.t] javajunkee [d.o-t] com Thanks 😉 “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night”: Eureka … Continue reading

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Comfortable Indifference

With a name that most closely matches in my native tonguethat of a plant that flourishes in the desert, (or a small potato-like plant in Mexico,but that doesn’t work with my metaphor) you received my affections better than any. Except … Continue reading

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Submission

well, I did it. I sent “The Hunger” to the The New Yorker for publication. now let’s see if I even hear back from them. I felt obligated to at least give submission a shot because of recent praise from … Continue reading

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Hunger

Tony woke up on a cool early-Autumn morning in a wooded area in one of the city’s larger parks. He sat up on the park bench, set his jacket next to him, and breathed in the refreshing September air. The … Continue reading

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Yes

I just finished the revisions on The Hunger. I feel as though it’s much more in line with what I was originally going for. I’m also posting the revised version of Golden Cucumber. Enjoy, and look out for the revised … Continue reading

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Real Fiction

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The Semester Is Over

I took my last final exam tonight! what a feeling! I think I might not do as poorly as I had feared in the course; I got a seventy percent on the reading journal that I scraped together at the … Continue reading

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