Sister Survivors

We shared a tiny piece of our stories decades apart, and yet the tricks have not changed their fetishes or desires—same filthy beings. Snippets of our trauma we shared--days upon weeks, months upon years... The realization of identical impurity and fears. These foul, Immoral, corrupt souls.

Love Came Knocking at the Door

Rajeania’s mother Donna hadn’t seen or thought about this neighbor in years, then one day he comes knocking on her door.

Christmas and The Spirit of Resilience

In the spirit of this holiday season, I dedicate this column to all of those whose internal struggle persists to balance the notion of the Christmas spirit of giving with that of finding one-self in a sea of sadness.

I’m Not There, I Am Here

What do you do when you don’t know what to do?

Choose People Who Choose You

I have continuously picked people who eventually prove to me that there's something wrong with me, that I'm not good enough to be friends with.

Small Miracles

Hi everybody…my name is Clarence. Back there is Clyde. Did you ever wonder why we have long necks?

A Journey to Belonging

When I saw the yellow I stopped the car. Fortunately, there was no traffic so I had a talk with Buddy.

All Moved in and Back to the “Tails”

These past couple of months have been, in a word, interesting.

The Pups and the Possum

I awoke this morning to a very familiar beach scenario. It was a bit overcast...

Cosmo Is Unforgettable–Another “Tail” from the Shelter

Today is Memorial Day, and I woke up feeling grateful to the many brave souls who gave their all...



Your First Indie Film – Got G.A.S?

It is not the equipment that makes or breaks your film. It is you. So let go of the G.A.S and have confidence in yourself as a filmmaker.