For eleven hours a day, six days a week, over the course of three years Gerris mastered the Scylla Console. He knew every strength and flaw of this elite piece of technology. He knew the optimal temperature of the processor was 72.3 degrees Fahrenheit. He knew that in most of the Scylla Console’s constructed, the […]
Originally Published in Ariadne’s Thread. She sat at the end of the bar night after night. The only person she would speak to was Jim, the bartender. And even then it was just to place her order. There were rumors floating around about her. Supposedly she was left at the altar and never recovered. Some […]
Time to level up and enjoy the second Boyd & Hash. I spoke about the comic briefly on the podcast, Universal Geek, and it really is just a carry over of my enjoyment of writing ‘bits’, tiny jokes that don’t really go anywhere. In my previous web comic effort, I wrote a storyline comic but […]
Presented, right now, without comment. I’ll have more to say about this later. Until then… meet Boyd & Hash.
Written over two days, the following is a literary present to myself. I hope others enjoy it. The Crevice on Christmas by Sean D. Francis The final days of the year happened to also be the coldest in the mountains of Montana. The day after the solstice temperatures dropped so low new records were set. […]
Mike Kruhl is my alter ego who was a golden age of science fiction writer. The stories… aren’t good, they are tongue-in-cheek, usually efforts to break out of a writing rut. I hadn’t posted any fiction to the blog lately, so I dug this up, written in September 2007. Ask the Telephone “Bullpunk! The Cleveland […]