Writings, Ramblings, & Assorted Essays
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Hullo, and welcome to the ramblings á la moi. This is sort of a "catch-all" page, so that it won't be necessary to link everything I decide to put up individually. I've broken the pages down loosely by category, which you can see below. Happy Reading!

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Published Works and Where to Find Them

There! Art thou happy!

Click on image His love endures forever! Alleluia!

Whoda thunk it? My first professionally published short story came out on March 1, 2000, after two years of waiting and fretting and waiting and waiting. Praise God! (And buy a copy.) Yes, friends, "If We Shadows Have Offended," written by yours truly, can now be found in a bookstore near you in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Winter 2000, vol. 46!

So what are you waiting for? Disconnect your modem and rush out to buy a copy today!

New! There! Art thou happy...again!

Yup, my poem, "Calliope: Scintilla" was just published in the May Issue of the e-zine Fantasy, Fairytales & Folklore. Although you have to subscribe to read the rest of the magazine, you can access mine by going through the tour, located at the top of the page.

New! There! Art thou happy...once more!

Mags, the "high priestess" of the Cult of Da Man, a.k.a. Henry Tilney from Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey has been so gracious as to request to archive my novel-in-progress about the continuing adventures of the Tilneys, Nachtstürm Castle over on her site A Web Page, by a Lady. The novel is located in her site within her site, The Cult of Da Man under the Fan Fiction section. Happy happy joy joy!

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Fantastic Fiction

New! The Guidebook to Christian Fantasy

Here it is, folks! The highly interactive one-stop-shopping Guidebook to Christian Fantasy, including recommendations, warnings, and a space for you to add your comments.

Political Fantasy

My beginning thesis/outline for defining the genre of Fantastic Fiction, et al.

Excerpt from "Elspeth"

An example of Political Fantasy from my requisite under the bed novel.

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New! It was a Dark and Stormy Night

What happens when one puts Jane Austen's villains together in a deadly game of Clue? (First debuted at the Republic of Pemberley)

Fitzwilliam Darcy- Personal Advertisment

An advertisement we'd rather see! (First debuted at the Republic of Pemberley ~ Advertisement wholly facetious.)

Excerpt from "Not All Wealth is Bought With Gold"

An excerpt from my Regency novel which focuses on the misadventures of Jane Austen's Maria Lucas.

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Essays from the Edge of Reason

New! "Knights in Shining Armor: the Ideal of the Christian Knighthood"

A study of King Arthur and Don Quixote in comparison with the knightly saints Francis and Maxmillion Kolbe ~ by Colleen Anne McAndrew, editor and author.

New! "Magic, Middle-earth, Merlin, Muggles, and Meaning:"

A Christian Reading of Spells and the Supernatural in the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, and in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter books ~ by Stephen D. Greydanus, noted apologist and author.

"The Modern Melancholy Danes: Kierkegaard and Hamlet"

An essay examining the characters of Hamlet and Ophelia by light of Kierkegaard's Sickness unto Death.

"An Image of Man: Dante's Divine Comedy: Inferno, Canto XIV"

What makes a man? An analysis of Dante's "Old Man" from the Inferno.

"Love And Desire"

A Critical Look at the War between True Love and Passion throughout Literature. A remedy (at least pictorally!) from some of my "heavier" works. : )

Essay on "The American Divine Comedy"

A comparison of Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" and Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Brown."

Essay on "Treatments of God and the American Church"

An exploration of religion in early American Literature, focusing on Emily Dickenson, Phyllis Wheatley and Herman Melville.

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The Peanut Gallery (Or Everything That Didn't Fit)


This page acts as one of my preliminary tests for original web-page graphics, but as part of that test I included my poem, Prometheus Bowed, as well as Vain Glory (inserted onto the title picture). Enjoy!

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Yet another ad, from our sponsor. (Advertisement wholly facetious.)

The *snicker* Anathan Song

'Nuff said.

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