Introductions and Thoughts

Generally speaking, most short fiction should never really need an introduction or an explanation—should, of course, being the operative word.  However, because the nature of the works herein is sort of “sketch-bookish” and experimental, I thought that introductions and explanations for certain entries might be in order.  For example, why write a serial?  Or, why does the first paragraph of “Du Bist Im Labyrinth” feel so convoluted and “wordy?”  Is that on purpose?  These are the types of questions I’d like to both pose and answer on this page and its links.  So, if you’re curious about the process behind my writing, please read on.


Du Bist Im Labyrinth


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