Corvus writes about people -- flawed, alienated, petty, and utterly normal people. He tries to reflect truth in his works, and hopes he doesn't end up reflecting too much of himself. His writing encompasses a wide range of themes and styles, from the classic dilemmas of high schoolers to an absurd treatment of modern gay life and to poetry both modern and classical. Corvus wants to entertain, wishes to create art, and hopes that he has managed to do something of both.
"Old wounds have a way of opening when they should have healed. Nick Raimondi isn’t too fond of his mother’s love life, and even less fond of some of his more stuck-up classmates, particularly one Darius Wigglesworth. He feels a lot more warmer about Alec, a junior he rescued from a rabid cheerleader in the school parking lot. Life, though, has a way of dealing the most unexpected cards."
"Bud doesn't know who he is anymore, and Foster just wants his music. Both are going home for the summer after two years at college. Neither knows if the home they've always known is still the home they've once known."
College wasn't supposed to be a dull and solitary routine. Mike decides to break it. Against his better judgment, he meets Winston, a thirty-something man both married and closeted, and begins an unexpected journey of personal discovery, trials, and, perhaps, triumph.