Axiology: Entry I


This is a True Story that is written as it happens. Obviously, the names have been changed to protect the identity of those involved. Entry ONE I sat there in my student house garage with a recently used bong on the table and my phone at hand. “Another disengaged millennian,” I wrote. I wanted to … Continue reading Axiology: Entry I


Lonelyboy.Press Update: New Real-Life Piece

To whom it may concern, If you've actually taken the time to read through the first seven chapters of How to Cast A Shadow, I am sorry. There was an issue with my post scheduling and everything dropped over a weeks time without being reviewed. I'm going to leave it up there since it might be … Continue reading Lonelyboy.Press Update: New Real-Life Piece

Mr. Millennials Thoughts: On Seclusion

Seclusion in our day and age seems to be something shunned, something that isn't wanted or is of no value. Being anti-social is acknowledged as "ok" but that's just it, "ok". If you're the secluded you may feel lonely or that there's something wrong with you, but there really isn't. Seclusion does have value and I'd argue that its something others need in their lives. Growing up as … Continue reading Mr. Millennials Thoughts: On Seclusion