This volume of short stories consists of a wide range of efforts, varying in substance, style and length. They consist of fantasy, horror, romance, and stark everyday realism. The author hopes that... More > the reader will find them to be a reflection of significant portion of the human experience. Inspirations came from such notable authors as Edgar Allen Poe, Oscar Wilde, Aesop, Native American idioms, and others. It is hoped that every reader will find something to move and amuse them.< Less
This play is the original source for the works of Stephen King.
In this joint effort with Mary shelley Victor Frankenstein Jr. returns to his Father’ estate, to b e confronted with ---the... More > horror--- of a servant shortage forced by this, he “plays God,” creating a perfect servant, who can serve tea and cucumber sandwhiches, make witty observations about society, and still terrorize the local serfs at night.
Actuallly, this monster/servant is not perfect because he needs successive operations to give him a brain, a heart and some courage. It’s a WIZ of a play.< Less
Come into the drawing room of the Arnold house, located in Massachusetts in the early 20th Century. Other than Benedict (no, not that Benedict Arnold!), the characters are dressed neatly and... More > formally. They speak in distinct and clear voices with highly affected upper class mannerisms (please watch a video of an Oscar Wilde play to understand what I mean). Benedict is and acts like a drunk, who has fallen down (more than) a few too many times. He plays his part “straight” (i.e. without the affectation which affects, or infects, the others).
I hope you find the premise amusing and enjoy reading it.< Less