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  • Why Silas Miller Must Learn to Ride a Bike

    After four years of watching his mother slowly die, Shep Miller knows a lot about sitting in hospital rooms and being alone.

    Why Silas Miller Must Learn to Ride a Bike
  • The Lost Always Take Off Their Shoes

    Yūrei, vengeful spirits, are luring victims to their deaths in a small town in Washington. Unsuspecting and distracted, Kaitlynn is haunted by nightmares, unexplained bruises, and glimpses of a women no one else sees.

    The Lost Always Take Off Their Shoes
  • Gifts to the Attentive

    Poet Paul Celan called poems, “gifts to the attentive.”

    Gifts to the Attentive
  • Gifts and Other Small Things

    Colton’s second installation of poetry is an ode to love poems, both classic and modern. Gifts and Other Small Things began exactly as that—a gift.

    Gifts and Other Small Things
  • State of the Union—American Sketches

    State of the Union—American Sketches, reminds readers of the many problems faced in a divided country.

    State of the Union—American Sketches

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