Finding a Job Sucks: A Dislocated Tech Company

I think this entry will be the last of this variety for a while. Mostly because I haven’t had any interviews in a while that are worth writing about. In August or September, I interviewed for this company called Sanmita.  The founder and CEO was looking for a web content editor or a digital content

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Durham Dances Photoshoot

Photography taken September 26, 2016 by Zoe Litaker. This was part of Litaker’s Durham Dances series, which she was going to make into a coffee table book. I won’t bother linking the blog, because it looks like she didn’t even use my pictures, mostly just ballerinas posing en pointe. Oh,

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Short Fiction

intertwined hands


The yellow lines on the highway sped by in a blur, and we flew through the night, and we felt free. But we weren’t, and we knew it. We were running away from something, and running away was never the path to freedom. I thought about telling John to turn

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Dry yard


Reporters are trained to develop a sixth sense, a nose for when a story smells fishy. And something about this one wasn’t right. First of all, Tom Sutherford’s wife Rosa was missing, but all of her belongings were where she left them. She didn’t take any money out of their

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Photo by Ryan Hutton on Unsplash

Peace of Midnight

The wind whispered through the dark, empty trees like a warning in a foreign language. Winter was coming, and with winter came shadows. Long nights. Endless journeys through the long, dark halls of my mind. I stared out of my solitary window facing the barren orchard. The few leaves left

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