Occasionally, I have to write. Other times I get bored and I decide to write. Maybe I'll have an idea and write about that. However it happens, once in a while I am creative. I present to you, for your own amusement, my writings.


I love plays. They allow you to hone your dialogue skills, and they are fun and easy to write.

First, I present to you two plays that I wrote for school. These are both parodies and I own the copyright to none of the characters. First is Orpheus and Eurydice (a comedic love story in space). To describe it would take longer than it would take to read it.

Next, I have a slightly longer play, though I had to end it before I was ready. I present Les Not-Ouite-So-Miserables (or) The Hitchhiker's Guide to Les Mis. This piece is dedicated to the late Douglas Adams.

Now, when I was on vacation, I had quite a bit of time to think. One of the things that I came up with was a Shadowrun musical, entitled Running the Shadows. Unfortunately, I haven't actually written the play. You can see the idea page, though.


Although the majrcity of my essays currently reside in the Gay Pages, I have a number of ideas for various essays that I intend to be posting very soon.

The first of these essays is entitled Living Sensibly on $900,000 per year. The idea came to me after reading an article in the newspaper about someone who had won the lottery several years back, and now was filing for bankruptcy. So, I decided to come up with a yearly budget based on a sudden windfall of $18 million, after taxes, of course.

Unfortunately, the next series of essays that I have are not the ones I originally intended. The next series will be a group of short letters that I will write to my friends and family concerning the 9/11/2001 tragedies.
Essay 1 (September 14, 2001)
Essay 2 (September 22, 2001)