A short play about the cultural center of American Fascism: Florida, where woke goes to die
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A Joke From the Future
Chapter 3 of Florida is Where Woke Goes to Die is a joke from the future. I was once arrested in Florida. I was arrested for smuggling books. But, I got off on a technicality. No one in Florida could prove they were books.
It Must Be the Sunshine
A short play about government-sponsored child abuse.
Getting Pulled Over Up North: An Anecdote In Which I am as White as I can Be
I’m riding my 2006 Honda VFR up north, out of Seattle. This is around 2013. It takes a good sixty miles or so to get out of city traffic and finally past the last straight stretches of highway 9, a final thirty tedious miles of four-lane stop-and-go heading north, broken into seemingly endless intervals byContinue reading “Getting Pulled Over Up North: An Anecdote In Which I am as White as I can Be”
Death of the Underdog or Ready for Violence – Coming out Bi part 9
Again, it’s been a while since my last piece in this Coming Out series. I mentioned prior that it keeps getting harder to write as it keeps getting closer to home; the things I discover in my memory are tied to feelings I currently carry, like a kink in the neck I wake up withContinue reading “Death of the Underdog or Ready for Violence – Coming out Bi part 9”
White Privilege Day
Hi! Bi! – coming out part 1
I never thought I’d come out of the closet, because I never thought I was in one. At times as a kid I did wonder, and worry I might be gay, but it didn’t reconcile with the fact that I really liked girls. Well into adulthood I came to terms with the fact that IContinue reading “Hi! Bi! – coming out part 1”
Upon Seeing I am Not Your Negro
The election of the 45th president of the United States and everything that has lead up to it, and everything that has come of it in these first days since his inauguration has moved me to take action in a way I’ve never done before. It’s caused me to consider all the ways I’ve beenContinue reading “Upon Seeing I am Not Your Negro”