Imaginative poetry which braids the mind into cavernous corpuscles lit in shades of wonder testing the neon whispers rising like thoughts released into the moonlit skies seeking the pure... More > unadulterated dream of freedom.< Less
Graphic sexual conversation. Dialogues between men and women exploring gender conflicts with humor and sexual tension. Intimately surreal bantering between the sexes. Dangling conversations with... More > risque innuendo.< Less
For Frank Herbert who gave me Leto’s “Siaynoq” to believe in when the real world offered nothing.
Erotica about women rediscovering their power through redefining gender roles;... More > stories which include romantic love between women, and feminist fantasy worlds.< Less
These strange tales whisper of a youth long gone into the Rorschach blot of memory.
For the street dwellers whose angelic company consoled me in the YMCA bunkroom night.
On the Author: John... More > Hindle, 48 years old, lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He looks for the Buddha both in nature and the cities whose tenements and sprawling suburbs feel like home in his nomadic migrations.< Less