When his boss asks Harold to do a 6 month follow-up to his article on gay youth, he doesn't know what to expect. Along the way he finds triumph and tragedy . . . and some surprises, a rarity for this newspaper veteran. (July, 2008 - Anniversary Anthology) Please note that this entry is the 13th in a series of stories known collectively as Naptown Tales. The series can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. Please see the Introduction for important background on the series.
The Palouse Writing Project is intended to look at the nuts and bolts of writing a novel, Palouse, about the coming of age of and the coming of maturity to a young prodigy musician and the love that grows between him and a young musician.
Brandon's dreams had been crushed far too often for him to ever believe, especially in himself. Follow along as he experiences some massive changes in his life, along with a few bumps in the road, and a few high-pressure situations.
Dance is one of those beautiful artist talents that you are not always able to capture, especially in words. However sometimes the sheer beauty of it makes you wish to attempt it. The grace of form, the story telling, the art, attempted here in poetry. Enjoy.
Tyler and Scott start off sharing Melanie as person in common. It doesn't take long till Mel takes a back seat and sparks begin to fly. What happens when these two men take chances in their lives? Each chapter is a flash fiction piece unto itself so watch as they TRY TO ...
Living in the shadow of his dead brother, Seth Cohen is just trying to be the son that his parents lost. He is accepted into Heedway Hall School of the Arts, a prestigious music and art school, where he meets Spencer, Logan, and John, who couldn't be more opposite (from him and from each other). Slowly, with the help of new friends, Seth learns what it means to be a musician and more importantly, himself. **See chapter notes for info on plot changes