Tag Archives: relationships
My surrealist horror short-story “My Pillow” appears in the latest issue of Abstract Jam. Buy a copy here, or read it free at their site. This one’s not for readers under… oh… let’s say 16.
I’m posting this on April 1, but it’s no joke. I’m losing my memory. No one knows why. And it sucks. SIX OF THE WORST… side effects of losing your memory
If you’ve never thought about polyamory, I’m not saying you have to. I’m just saying, here are six of the best things about it, couched in definitions of what it isn’t. SIX OF THE BEST… things about polyamory – The … Continue reading
About a year ago, I wrote a column extolling the virtues of long-distance relationships. At the time, I was in such a relationship. Six weeks after that post was published, the relationship ceased to be long-distance. And I have to … Continue reading
Long-distance relationships are hard work, and they can be fragile… but, given time, they can bloom into the best in-person relationships you’ll ever have. I’ve written about them at Nerdery Public. Go read. SIX OF THE BEST… things about long-distance … Continue reading
Josh Roseman’s short story, “Greener,” is a love story set in the medium future (if I read the hint correctly, 2080). When Scott decides not to renew their four-year contract for a third term, Naomi is furious. Scott tries to … Continue reading
My short-story “Greener”, which I’m very proud of, is in the April/May 2012 issue of Asimov’s. Click here to put it in your eyeballs. “Greener” in Asimov’s