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John Quincy Adams’ Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory (ed.)
Due to the lack of availability of an error-free electronic version of this seminal work on rhetoric, I have painstakingly edited it in order to preserve its readability and availability. The lectures, originally delivered at Harvard University, and published in 1810, are in the public domain.
Gustav Freytag’s Technique of the Drama (ed.)
Once again, due to the lack of availability of an error-free electronic version of this work on structure and theory of the stage drama, I have painstakingly begun editing it in order to preserve its readability and availability. This edition is of an English translation of the 6th edition, originally published in 1894. Both the original German edition, and the English translation, are in the public domain.
Aristotle’s Poetics (ed.)
To make an error-free version of Aristotle’s classic work available, I have culled together the best of the available versions of this S. H. Butcher translation. This work, and translation are in the public domain.
Cherry Sour With Bitters
A short story written for the 2008 OUT Short Fiction Contest. This is about the relationship between a drag queen and her supportive lover the evening after a show. I particularly like the atmosphere of the piece.
The Jubjub Birds
A one-act play written in 1999. It's the story of an unwitting writer who is lured to a garden party to be toasted and torn apart.
The Gull's Lament
A one-act play written way back in 1994. A lighthouse haunting drives the keeper — the widow of a lost sea captain — into madness.
The Canine Body Armor Skit
A short three-minute skit reminiscent of Monty Python.
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