• Meteor Fragments

    The Poster Love MachineFebruary 13th, 2013
    '....that's big enough for 2 or 3, or 23, I ain't got no hang-ups.'
Mark Ryden Illustrations


Waking. Dragging dreams. And inferno. The tender loin, aflame with the tortures of Eden: His master’s voice. Knock on wood. Pristine. Predator. Made for murder. Office. First picks – blockers and soft targets. Exhibits. Lunch Ammunition dump Oysters by the dozen Loaded Rearing to go Where the fur runs wild On the Silk Road – … Continue reading


Laughing At Illusions

Roller-blading old school on water fountains, spouting nothing but familiar hoods and goods, nobody wants, haunted by the chance to find nirvana, torn, sworn to secrecy, defeated no-show witness in her own trial, for a vial of reality, on second avenue, or was it first, rehearsal in reverse down the middle of a hill tilted … Continue reading


She gave Hitchens the blame. Him with his blasphemous books and radical leftist friends. She said my curiosity let the devil in, and now the cat is dead.  She threw everything she could find, me dodging and weaving along the trail to the bedroom, where she raged and hurled pillows before throwing herself on the bed … Continue reading


The Final Nail

***** Kenny got shot dodging bullets he thought weren’t real but failed to put him down, proud scowling from his death-bed, fed on fear of pink slips and “no toys for Xmas kids, Daddy’s in recovery,” six feet deep in hospital sheets, tripping at God-Speed, fleeing devils that exist only in the mind firing broadsides, … Continue reading

Those Hamburgers

Excerpt from the screenplay ‘Serenade of Crime’ EXTERNAL – DOMINICK’S HOUSE – DAY [JOEY MENZA(42), a hard man, comes through the front door with JIMMY, a big man, and walks to one of TWO CARS parked next to a LIMOUSINE. He takes the cigarette from his mouth, flicks it away.] JOEY MENZA Remember Jimmy, he tries jerking … Continue reading

Out of Joint

foggy in the lobby bloody mess amazed at the maze patrons stealing names gate-crashing reservations no-one checking id’s flooding in the main hall trending now where’s the caviar, as advertised in there somewhere behind the whiskers under the pile and up the creek one paddle in a corner faux poets on time infant rhymes for … Continue reading


Strawberry Elephants

Mitch Lang deciphers the intricacies of poetic thought. And effect. Playdough I could say, He didn’t understand a thing About my poem! But what gives me the right? I may be the one to write, Those lines, But he is the interpreter. I may know what they Meant for me, But once I decide To … Continue reading


She’s on Vacation

Englishmen eat pies fish fried in batter with chips not fries follow football clubs all their lives happy driving countless miles to watch those balls fly comes the surprise themselves without the wives who’ve flown to beaches on sunny isles in search of men with bigger balls and smiles who take a while before they’re … Continue reading


Everyone Has It

Don’t You? Everyone has it Beauty, nice teeth, cute feet Friends, sex, paycheck Credit, car, house, spouse Gym membership, a New York Times subscription Flatscreen and concert tickets Facebook fame, Twitter name, Skype, Civil Rights Big dick, huge tits, no zits thanks to clearasil Tumblr and an Iphone, don’t leave home without it Windows 8 … Continue reading


Smoke Signals

Flash Fiction. Is short. Industry gate-keepers coalesce around 500 words. Beyond that, is motion blur. In China, long ago, it flourished as ‘the smoke long‘ story, done when your cigarette is. Of course, cigarettes were much shorter back then. There’s no need to ‘light up’ now, this will all be over in a flash. Irish … Continue reading


British Beef

BBC Blackadder Series III: Blackadder The Third. Edmund Blackadder Esquire, scion of an aristocratic line in rapid social decline, is preparing to leave for the West Indies without his doting manservant and doormat, Baldrick. Baldrick: I still can’t believe you’re leaving me behind. Blackadder: Oh don’t you worry. When we’re established on our plantation in … Continue reading


Running Interference

Players shouldn’t front the hump after midnight on the metro sexual revolution gets you killed if it’s a boy on the other end – – – Swagger the golden esoteric on the edge of extinction don’t play offline find the perfect profile and settle down Smile at the police not him, her – bad girl … Continue reading

As A Rule

There are, according to various sources, over 500 rules of acquisition that define the Ferengi way of transacting business. What we know stems mainly from our favourite shyster, Quark from Deep Space 9, a Ferengi whose unscrupulous profits flow non-stop, in the best and worst of times. We’ve chosen twenty rules that deliver the central … Continue reading

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