Marty Rafter


Nothing is worse than working somewhere where somebody tells you what to think, and I've spent the bulk of my life trying to avoid that sort of situation. I did manage to pick up a couple of degrees along the way, and out of necessity, I have put in a little bit of time driving a desk in a cubicle farm, but for the most part, I have worked with my body. Physical work frees the mind from the prostitution of spreadsheets and staff meetings. It also gives me the freedom of time to create. You can see (and read) some of my creations on my website, There you will find short fiction, visual art, and a little dose of good old fashioned punk rock to keep the whole thing honest.

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The Clay Head Benediction
Price: Free! Words: 55,230. Language: English. Published: February 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fairy tales
(3.50 from 2 reviews)
Luke Kolbe is a lonely Pittsburgh apartment rental agent with big ideas inspired by his love of literature and art. Guided by his desire to create, he hides his tiny handmade sculptures in public places in hopes of inspiring other dreamers in this unpretentious lighthearted novel about humble idealism and sincere intentions in the face of ingrained suspicion.

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