Every universe needs a monolithic, ethically questionable, multinational corporation, and the Expanded Universe has Bickering Plummet. So far, it has been mentioned as an employer in several stories and my play Another Mother, but it’s the go-to corporate employer in Fictional Atlanta, and will play a significant part in future stories. Loosely based on places … Continue reading Expanded Universe, Bickering Plummet
A photo of Atlanta's Skyline, taken 8 April 2018, from Sweet Auburn, DeKalb Avenue, using various filters in Photoshop.
Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South has been reviewed at The Book Review Directory. http://bookreviewdirectory.com/2018/04/11/editorial-review-atlanta-stories-fables-of-the-new-south/
I'm trying out a new photo app that gives me more control over exposure and photo quality. Here are some shots taken 23 March using it. They've all been processed using Photoshop Express.
Leah Walker is seated in the reception area of the office of David Cairo, the leading venture capitalist in Atlanta. She’s been working as an independent contractor with firms around town, starting a few months after finishing up work on her second doctorate, which she earned from Georgia Tech, in Internet and Web Security. To … Continue reading Rain Maker
The sun goes down, worlds darken. Deep within another tainted dream I wander, alone, with just myself as companion. Dusty hallways fade in light. Eerie screams pierce tortured silence, leaving scattered bits of broken dreams, just memories.
I took a walk through downtown Atlanta late afternoon of 3 July and snapped some photos of this massive sculpture in SunTrust Plaza at the corner of Baker and Peachtree Streets. I've noticed it before while downtown, usually while walking from Peachtree Center MARTA Station to Baker to pick up the PATH trail to Stone … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, Ballet Olympia, SunTrust Plaza, Atlanta, GA, 3 July 2015
One of my favorite little green spaces in Atlanta is the small park that's just behind One Atlantic Center at 14th Street and West Peachtree. It's totally surprising as one is walking along to encounter the meandering path with it's colorful benches and circular water fountain in the shadow of the impressive architecture of One … Continue reading One Atlantic Center, Atlanta, GA, 12 April 2015