Sometimes I write short stories. They, and maybe some other works unrelated to Songs of Truth, may be found in this directory.
Warlock (2018): I tried to put a new spin on Faust, and ended up with this (still actually only half written) mix of hate, bullying revenge, murder, school fireballing, devil summoning, romance, evangelical humanism, adventures in storming the gates of Hell and philosophies about the costs and benefits of power.
Companions (~2010): I seem to remember I wrote this on a bet. Portal fanfiction in the form of a love letter from the companion cube made up by Chell as she loses her mind.
The Last Capitalist (2008 I think?) I remember I wrote this little fable when I first started being really mad at capitalism. Nothing has changed.
Peculiar Children (2017): Lux may never be a deep sea diver, kiss a boy or live on her own, but there's much else out there for her to explore, and her condition isn't going to hold her back. It may even help.
The Peacekeeper (2017): Detective Freemantle believes in procedure and the rule of law. But there are bloodthirsty gods and murderers out there.
Songs about the end of the world (2015): One day, a webcomic project called 30 minutes to live asked the question "What would you do if you learned the sun was exploding?" I couldn't resist answering that to the best of my ability.
Hell (2014): Ever had that nightmare where you're the target of a conspiracy so vast and powerful you can't possibly see its full scope, let alone win against it, or even understand why they'd go after you? For Agent Cortez, that's where the trouble starts.
Doors (2011): Does it seem unfair to be haunted by a house that won't leave you alone no matter where you go? This is the story about a house that makes its own rules and then only pretends to follow them to trick you.
A truly, madly, deeply bad joke (2010): I love jokes. Probably too much. Definitely had too much fun writing this one down. Feel free not to read it if you're not into the gore stuff. (Though then I don't know what you're doing here.)
Simon Says (2010): A superhero origin story as grimdark as they come, inspired by noted crazy clever-man and musician Insane Genius who once talked about making a parody comic book where people end up naked all the time and the coincidental censor objects always fall just short of censoring anything.
Unseen (2010): What would you do if you were invisible and not a complete asshole? Ellen has a series of increasingly good ideas and no one to tell her no.