A Vile Old Queen offers the most nuanced advice on proper manners, correct grammar, personal hygiene, social obligations, and how to maintain one's social position at the best parties.
Dedicated to... More > the Vile Old Queen's of a bygone yesteryear.
That's you, Darling.
From A Straight Fan - "Gay humor that anyone will laugh with."
From Your Favorite Bachelor Uncle - "If don't you find this funny, you must be dead."
From A Jealous Evil Queen - "Sometimes the best thing to do is remain silent."< Less
Maui, Hawaii was the inspiration for this collection of romantic poems, accompanied by original ink drawings. The island's beauty and the emotions that it inspires makes it beloved by couples young... More > and old. Maui is an island paradise that only wishes to be shared with those with love in the hearts. Share this gift with the one you love, to better remember the fondness of this gorgeous place in both your hearts.< Less
A dark collection of poetry based on sixteen classic children's fairy tales, reworked into adult stories of desire, violence, lust, and betrayal.
"Come under these wings and listen,
to voices... More > that sing from our bones.
The young ravens full of innocence
as they tear at Prometheus’ gut.
Memory’s shrouded in stories,
a birthright that swaddles our view.
A three-headed dog in ecstasy laps
his master’s handful of dust.
Childhood’s woven from fictions,
a history changed into stone.
A snake writhes in joy in a garden,
devours the child within.
Come under this cloak of protection,
myths of our past made anew,
heroes that murder in kindness,
beasts that step out of their skins.
Come into these woods and listen,
our primal emotions transformed,
those old gods into new royalty,
our fears into slippers and wolves."< Less
Semi-autobiographical poetry from the author of "Eating The Child Within" and "The Insect Diviner". Covering topics as diverse as detecting a ghost, losing a friend, or... More > discovering the stories you learned as a child were lies, or as current as Binti Jua - the Gorilla who caught a falling child, American consumerism, and the Golf Oil disaster, Jason Messinger's words glint like sunlight off fish scales beneath a tumbling creek.< Less