Archive for the ‘Fiction’ Category

Baseball days

July 21, 2013

(Not much language in this one.)

The San Francisco Giants have been playing a series against the Arizona Diamondbacks; I watched the beginnings of the games Friday night and last night — both Giants wins, 2-0 and 4-3 — at Three Seasons (while consuming sushi). These games moved me to add Hunter Pence to my list of favorite Giants players — favorite as players and as wonderful men to look at. (Buster Posey and Tim Lincecum were already on the list.) After my adventures with shirtless actors and tennis players, I thought to check for shirtless Hunter Pence, and bingo.

It also occurred to me that Hunter Pence wouldn’t be a bad name for a pornstar. It doesn’t seem to have been taken, but a search did pull up a rich vein of steamy RPF (real people fiction) involving Giants players, in particular Hunter Pence and Brandon Belt (another good potential porn name) as lovers and Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner as lovers. Oh my.


Rosenberg’s Laws of Robotics

June 10, 2013

Today’s Scenes From a Multiverse:

A tribute to Isaac Asimov.


More Sundance fiction

April 5, 2011

… on my X blog, here (“San Soní”). This one has binary oppositions ‘n’ stuff in it.

And now “i am an angel when i fly”, here.


More Sundance

April 4, 2011

One more Sundance and Butch episode, about names and about language learning, on my X blog, here. Warning: high carnality fiction.


Sundance stories

March 15, 2011

On my X blog, three pieces of Sundance fiction:

from before South America: “Tumbling”

in South America: “Sundance stays in to hunt” [man-man sex alert]

in California: “The interview”

These added to the California story “Vergissmeinnicht”.



July 5, 2010

[I’m taking a break from constructing playlists, writing about portmanteaus and puns, and all that good stuff, to post a bit of fiction about Sundance and Butch. This is Not About Language. And there are moments of hot-hot man-man sex in plain language, so if that would distress you, go elsewhere. Otherwise, I reserve metacommentary for another posting.]