Michael V. Tulloch, Jr


It is daunting, to have a small space to speak about everything that you have experienced up until this point. Convention threatens with rules and regulations and "this is how we go along", but such paper chains do nothing more than elicit a few bored blinks. So yes, it is obvious the style and the content of my work just from these few words. I shall not bother you with declarations of the obvious.

I have written since I could physically write, and my current job involves writing, to some extent.

I am a collection of rather uninteresting particularities, which if I listed them would offend everyone who read them, or would cause only a temporary satiety of the insatiable and those who hate.

Know me primarily as a ghost.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy of writing for me rests in artfully speaking the truth; often it is a maligned truth, or a reality that many do not wish to face, but which desperately needs to be heard. It must be communicated artfully, because to swim in the seas of cliche` and mundane adds nothing.
What are you working on next?
Right now, I am busy on serial fiction. I think my next project will be another collection of poetry, probably a bit more depressing than the first outing.
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Where to find Michael V. Tulloch, Jr online


The Unnamed Lands: 18 Poetic Visions
Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 2,210. Language: English. Published: January 17, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Spiritual
18 poetic visions of irony and doom, encompassing all points of grief and devotion between.

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christianity    death    devotion    gothic    grief    irony    love    mourning    romance    spirituality