Small town life in Queens.
A short story about a washed-up wrestler and his disappointing son coming to terms with ancient history.
Bennington gets his Associate’s Degree and plots a full-scale academic invasion.
If you’re reading this, though, you’re not being rushed to an ER by ambulance. Probably.
Giving up on books that don’t grab you within 80 pages.
Looking back at the Fillmore East.
Reimagining an Apostolic Elder who had zero desire to be an Apostolic Father.
Looking at 9/11 and 11/12/01 memorials.
Media frenzy fragmenting personalities through the eyes of a rooster.
Across the undefended border of Brooklyn and Queens.
The story of a couple whose marriage has stood the test of time.
Encountering friends, foes, and faces in the crowd.
Responding to Splice writer Chris Beck's article on transgender authoritarianism.
Who are they, anyway?
A short story about the coolest dad in town.
A car, an empty thruway.
Don't tell me I must vote, pray, sing or dance.
Paleocon Diary (#140).
It’s always in the eyes, and mine were demonic.
The concept has always been slippery, serving the purposes of those who use it to persuade.
The many secrets of Splice Today’s ongoing meta-microfiction series about hot takes and Millennial media influencers are revealed!
I’m an old cowhand.
As a teenager, I was a walking zit.
The brilliant Absolut Vodka advertising hustle of the late-1980s.
I don’t scream for ice cream.
American social polarization is exaggerated.
Ninety-Nine percent of baseball fans don’t care if a free agent inks deal for $100 or $140 million.
Black eyes are going around like the flu.
Eatin’ a lot of peaches.
Peggy Noonan says it takes a grandparent to bring back American civility. Say what?