Hello. It's been a while. In case you missed it I'm trying to write a novel. A dystopia to be precise. It's a challenge, fellow writers, I don't have to remind you. The days keep going by and I still have a long way to go. Most of the time I feel overwhelmed by the … Continue reading Retrenchment
I have thrown myself back into the world of Post Mormonism, and the whole thing has caught me off guard. A few months ago, I found myself coming to grips with being angry with the church all over again. I mean, it happens from time to time, but this time I got stuck in the … Continue reading A Place of Healing – My Sunstone Experience
I've been waiting for the Infants on Thrones podcast to release my interview to announce that....I took second place in their essay contest! Soon after I got my blog set up, I heard that IOT was taking submissions for a listener essay contest. I thought it would be a good opportunity to flex my tiny … Continue reading My Interview with Infants on Thrones
Ignition rampant fire monster Galloping information highway inferno All consuming processor Of things once restricted Burning it down Burn it all the fuck down Ballooning heads rise to the stars Look longingly down on lovers left Come with me I’m rising Above the smoky blackened earth Scorched by rage Did my hell-fire hurt you? Orange … Continue reading Tension – A Poem
It's Friday. Let's party: 5. Radiolab Presents: More Perfect - One Nation, Under Money - Another great episode that puts the law in context. 4. This GIF: 3. Vintage Biological Prints - You can find a lot of these at Biodiversity Heritage Library. 2. The Bees by Laline Paull - If you like bees, caste system … Continue reading Delaney Darco’s Top 5 on Friday #1
Warning: the following post has lots of swears because I am. In. A. Mood. We all have a few demons. But, damn, some are more pernicious than others. I left the Mormon Church well over four years now. That transition sucked. I was depressed for a while. My new-found atheism and disdain for the church … Continue reading A break from nuance.
I'm not a very abstract thinker. Or writer. At least, not spontaneously. There are steps to things. There are rules. One cannot learn a dance without learning each move, step-by-step. Or compute an algebra problem without scratching out each progressive calculation on paper. There is a beginning, an end, and the logical process in between. … Continue reading Of Witches, Neanderthals and Bending the Truth: The Challenges of Writing Fiction and Why a Dystopia?