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Parker Owens, in Poetry. 08/22/2017 (Updated: 06/04/2018)
A second book of poetry, posted in no particular order or schedule. Maybe it's better than the first. Or not.
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 05/03/2018 (Updated: 05/03/2018)
There was a meeting in the spring; someone went home disappointed.
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 04/06/2018 (Updated: 04/30/2018)
Poems for National Poetry Writing Month, 2018
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 02/11/2018 (Updated: 02/11/2018)
The early mass leaves a man reflecting on his past.
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 12/24/2017 (Updated: 12/24/2017)
White Elephant Present Prompt #23: "Stars for the Star." A bit of sweet at Christmas.
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 10/08/2017 (Updated: 12/21/2017)
A Series of Seductive, Serious or Silly Rubayats for Autumn. With thanks to AC Benus for showing us all how to write in this form.
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 09/25/2017 (Updated: 09/25/2017)
This story was written for National Math Story Day, 2017
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 06/14/2017 (Updated: 09/20/2017)
A short series of salty, savory cinquains for summer.
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 08/25/2017 (Updated: 09/06/2017)
This was an amusing project Skinnydragon and I started almost a year ago. In it, characters from two of our stories spent a day together. Skinny asked me to complete the story, but it has taken me a long time to do so.
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 11/02/2015 (Updated: 08/17/2017)
Fitful, occasional contributions to a poetry collection.
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 06/04/2017 (Updated: 06/04/2017)
I am told this is a "Haibun" or "Quick Writing," as it is translated. It is a partial narrative, and partial poetic treatment of a very difficult journey I am even now completing.
Parker Owens, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)
Poetry composed for the 2017 Anthology, 'Jagged Edges.'
Parker Owens, in Poetry. 04/08/2017 (Updated: 04/30/2017)
My NaPoWriMo offerings for 2017 are posted here. You will need to bring your own throwing tomatoes. I am fresh out.
Parker Owens, in Fiction. 09/29/2016 (Updated: 04/27/2017)
Predators devour their prey. When the predator becomes prey himself, why should he expect mercy? What follows is the story of what happened when the tables got turned.
You can follow conversation about the story at http://www.gayauthors.org/forums/topic/42145-predator-prey-–-by-parker-owens/?p=641726
Parker Owens, in 2017- April Fool's. 03/04/2017 (Updated: 03/11/2017)
A man at the twilight of his career is invited to a speaking engagement. What he hears in response matters.