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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, Especially When There’s Time Travel Involved

It’s hard to stay together once you’ve watched your partner die.

Katie never understood this. She thought I was being irrational. “Everyone dies,” she said. Or will say, I’m not sure if she’s actually said it yet. “It’s something that happens. But you and I, we’ll always be together, at least somewhen in time.”

Check out my latest piece, Not Dead Yet, at FiveByFiveHundred.com!

Domestic Violence and the Weather at FiveByFiveHundred.com

This week at Five By Five Hundred, I wrote a short new poem about living in New England, because with the way the weather changes here, I sometimes feel like I’m in an abusive relationship. Every time it makes me miserable, there’s a beautiful sunny day to make me remember why I love it here. And then it snows again. AARGH!

Anyway, enjoy!

“My City is a Fickle Mistress” at FiveByFiveHundred.com

The Future of the Emerson College Public Safety Video

My fellow Emerson alum are all too aware that the ATM is possibly the greatest invention ever. This week, over at FiveByFiveHundred.com, my newest piece of speculative flash-fiction explores the future of the ATM, and the possible ramifications of artificial intelligence as it spreads to more pedestrian technologies.

Also, because sassy robots are just plain funny. And that’s what really matters. Enjoy!