The illusion of death is one of my favorites to perform, especially for a crowd of seventy or more. The enlarging of their eyes, the shock on their faces, the the breaths they hold — all of it fuels me with perform the best show possible. I love being eaten by sharks I love replacing […]Read More Lettuce and Death
She’s everything I’d ever want in a wife, but nothing that I would want in a lover. She’s meticulous, kind, responsible, and cruel. She teases me often. Leaves bones in my chicken soup because she wants to, not because she wants to kill me. I hope. She’s meticulous in all the right senses of the […]Read More Meticulous
Hi, everybody! Kaleiyah Prose here. Or, rather… it’ll be “K. A. Parker” soon. ‘Cause I’m (soft-)launching a Patreon page 😀 ! What’s Patreon? For those who don’t know, Patreon describes itself as a “a membership platform that makes it easy for creators to get paid.” In other words, it’s the patron-artist model of the Renaissance […]Read More Surprise Saturday: I’m (Soft-)Launching a Patreon Page!
“Pidge?” “Yes, darling?” “Where do hummingbirds go to sleep?” Pidge preened the feathers beneath his left wing and thought for a moment. Then, he titled his head. Then titled his head again before saying, “You know, darling, I’m not entirely sure.”Read More Flash Fiction Friday: Where Do Hummingbirds Go to Sleep?