Jarvis Slacks is over thirty, never married, no children. He writes. He enjoys it very much. He also reads, plays video games, teaches, eats, complains, fights, yells, blows his nose, and sits and stares at the walls of his tiny apartment. Just like you. He knows his life began already. He’s doing as much about that as possible.
Things I’ve written:
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“White Domes” in Riffling on Strings: Creative Writing Inspired by String Theory. Released June 2008 by Scriblerus Press.
An Essay I’ve written for Busted Halo.
My super-short work over at Name Your Tale.
A short story for the anthology for Oil and Water and Other Things that Don’t Mix.
An essay I wrote for the online journal, Ciders.
I am currently working on publishing my first novel. I also teach English at a Community College and I love it very much.