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Do you have something to hide? 

I say, yes I do, my income sir.

I’M WITH LARRY BY ALEXANDER PROPHET 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06


Her father never says much, except when he’s digging, probing, looking for reasons why I shouldn’t be with his daughter, gathering evidence to prosecute his case.


At the heart of all of my plays is a love story.


At the heart of all of my plays is a love story. For me, love, our ability and capacity to love, is the driving force of life. The story lies in everything that prevents us from loving one another (fear) or leads us to love one another (hope).

ALL ABOUT LOVE,  JACQUELINE E LAWTON BY TRACE SHERIDAN, 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE 06

So I’m four years old.

HOW I PAID FOR COLLEGE BY JESS KROLL 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06

So I’m four years old, and I’m standing in line with all these other kids waiting for the jungle gym.


I asked why my dad had left me.

ZEPPELIN ON MELROSE BY FRANCISCA STEWART 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06

“I caught him sleeping with a prostitute and I left him.” She said it matter of fact, like she was saying, “Let’s watch some TV.” or “I think it’s time I got a haircut.”


RECKONING BY TONY PRESS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06

I want to be called Lew Lew.

LEW LEW BY LEWIS DIMMICK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06

I want to be called Lew Lew, as, in China, pandas are called Ling Ling or Shi Shi,


34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06

HOW I PAID FOR COLLEGE BY JESS KROLL, ZEPPELIN ON MELROSE BY FRANCISCA STEWART, SOME THINGS I KNOW BY MICHAEL COPPERMAN, ANGRY LONER BY TOM MAHONY, I’M WITH LARRY BY ALEXANDER PROPHET, NAPLES FLORIDA BY ALISON CHRISTY, A CYCLIST’S PSALM BY GAYLA CHANEY, HER FLESH AND BLOOD BY ROSEMARY HARP, FIRE & ASHES BY AL BALMER, ALL ABOUT LOVE BY JACQUELINE E LAWTON, OTHER WRITERS BY KELLY SMITH, POETIC JUSTICE BY RICHARD STEVENSON, PICTURE PASSION BY SARAH AHMAD, LEW LEW BY LEWIS DIMMICK, RECKONING BY TONY PRESS, ONE IN FOUR BY KELLY DAVIO, QUITTER BY DAVE MORRISON, THE MEDICINE MAN BY NATALIE CHAMPAGNE, SHANTZIE’S SHOES BY RICHARD STEVENSON.

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