Thursday, July 5, 2018

"Giving up" gets a bad rap, but it feels pretty rewarding.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Episode #5, The One About Ramadan

The latest episode of my podcast, Stop Hating Yourself, is now up and available for listening.  Give it a listen (and a click of the ol’ Subscribe button.)

We know, we know—everyone's tired of the #Ramadan themed podcast episodes that have been cluttering their feeds for the past two months. Well tough tagine, pal, because we've got a good one for ya! Carl tries *really* hard to not be disrespectful! We learned, we laughed, and we grew closer as podcast hosts, the way Allah intended!
Episode #5 is now available for your listening pleasure in all of your favorite podcast-listening apps! Don't forget to subscribe and rate! And tell your friends that they should also be listening.


Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Remember how I mentioned that I was making a podcast with a friend?  Well it can now be found on iTunes (or whatever Steve Jobs' ghost is calling it these days.)  It should eventually be available in all of the usual and customary non-iTunes sources.

Please be sure to:

Monday, May 7, 2018

Started a podcast yesterday.

As in, making one, not listening to one.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Sunday mornings are for
drinking coffee and
listening to records and
yelling at the cat
(to stay out of the bedroom)

Monday, February 12, 2018

“…And if the Santa Cruz weren’t so empty, I’d jump in the river and drown…”

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

NaNoWriMo 2k14

Found the entire piece I wrote for NaNoWriMo in 2014. What a rebel I was.
It starts with a single word. This is what they tell me, this is what’s supposed to calm me. A single word? That’s it? Well, that’s not so bad. One word. The problem is that everything starts with a single word. Every. Thing. Even silence. Silence begins with the single word that is not spoken. So your attempts to shrink down the complexity of this issue are invalid. They hold no water. Try again. 
And so they do.  
"You’re making it more difficult than it has to be." 
Ah. Well, then I’ll just stop, I suppose.