Category: Literature


            I lean the bike against the window, with a view of the cash register. It’s Sunday morning. I don’t need to lock it.             Inside, I look at the bike through the glass, as people walk by. It’s like a painting, like the bike’s no longer mine. It’s just a picture.             “Fruit explosion […]

Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers: Boulevard Literary Magazine

Look really closely in this image. You will see a planet. A bit out there what you find yourself writing about at times, because you have no time to write anything but what’s really harping on your head. I wrote a story called “The Reach” a while ago, on the premise that time and velocity […]

The ChatGPT Version of Trent Lewin: A Case Study

Well, I had to try. What’s the ChatGPT version of Trent Lewin? Would it tell me something about myself, especially if it’s lifting content from my online presence? What style would an AI ascribe to a writer of very little renown, and what would I learn from this experience? I tried three times. And I’m […]

The Power in Our Hands

Know what a factorial is? It’s a mathematical function often used in statistical representations, denoted by a ‘!’. That’s right, an exclamation mark. You writers out there, next time you end a statement or sentence with an exclamation mark, well, think on its other meaning. The way it works is that you take a number […]

Short Story Contest Win

Happy to say that I’ve placed in Grain Literary Magazine’s Short Grain Contest. For me, this is a huge honour. Grain is a legendary magazine in my mind. The story is called Titan Arum. The name refers to something called the corpse flower. By all means, consider buying the issue or subscribing to Grain to […]

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