A short story about a near-future conflict in Kyrgyzstan, featuring East vs. West narratives. Not written for readers who fail to pick up on nuances. The formatting was slightly spoiled between LibreOffice and WordPress; Google Drive link below to .docx version if it’s annoying. Completed. 6,339 words.
A companion story I wrote to a book no one has ever read, including the people I sent it to. If you don’t understand cyberpunk, wordplay, and general “street-level” writing styles, this probably won’t be for you. Completed. 9,092 words.
This was intended as part three of a four-part story that began with Wonderland Rehab. But this story was so impressively depressing I just gave up. At this point I don’t recall what the overarching theme was going to be, as I never got far into the fourth bit. Completed. 1,969 words.
This was an idea I had while ignoring my journalism lectures about nine years ago. It’s painfully obvious how hard I was trying, not to mention how terrible the narrative is. I absolutely do not recommend reading this. Abandoned. 2,298 words.
Found this in an old documents folder I’ve been carrying from hard drive to hard drive for going on ten years. It’s dated 25 October 2011, which is probably accurate. I can’t stress enough that there is no point to reading this. Completed. 428 words.
This was supposed to turn into a neat religious-themed space tale. Obviously that didn’t happen because the first few pages I wrote were absolutely awful. I don’t even recommend reading this. Abandoned. 2,124 words.