Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore “They’re wrong. There is a military option: to destroy North Korea’s program and North Korea itself. He’s not gonna allow, President Trump, the ability of this madman to have a missile to hit America. If there’s going to be a war to stop him, it will be over there. If thousands… Continue reading America’s Forever War and the Cost of Assimilation
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So after having created a Patreon, this site may seem a little bit redundant. I wanted to take the time to clarify what this web site will be used for: A central page with links to all my published work. A host page for works I've pitched unsuccessfully but which I'd like to be available… Continue reading Clarifying the purpose of this site
This is a teaser from my short story, "The Woodcutter and the Seonnyeo." You can read the full version here. The Woodcutter and the Seonnyeo Ju-Hyun Park Based on the Korean folktale, “The Woodcutter and the Heavenly Maiden.” There was no other choice. From the moment I reached out and felt Uhmma’s robe,… Continue reading Teaser: The Woodcutter and the Seonnyeo
Hey all, I know I've been silent here for some time. I apologize for not keeping up with this regularly. I've been pursuing a lot of different artistic projects and professional goals, so I haven't had as much time to produce the kind of writing intended for this blog. As an update, I have created… Continue reading Updates: Fiction and Patreon
FBI Director James Comey was fired on Tuesday, March 9. The unpresidented unprecedented move left Washington and national news media reeling, with Trump’s critics raising the obvious question of what firing the man overseeing the investigation of the President’s alleged ties to Russia could entail. Even Trump’s Republican allies struggled for words, perhaps best exemplified… Continue reading The Frightening Possibility of a Trump-Controlled FBI