The House on the Hill

The House on the Hill by Andres Diaz ©2017 The old dark house on the hill Casts a long shadow in the moonlight Long abandoned it silently watches The townspeople refuse to turn their eyes towards it They fear the evil they say still lingers there But they are unaware of the true evil The... Continue Reading →

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Carmilla Watches

Carmilla Watches by Andres Diaz, Copyright 2017 The noise you humans make is incredible I literally heard you a mile away So you’ve finally discovered my handiwork It was worth it, her blood was delicious As was the rest of her Just a few more days and she will be like me Why must you... Continue Reading →

Finally, I’m out!

Finally, I’m out! by Andres Diaz, Copyright 2017 Out of all the planets I’ve crash landed on This one is the worst People hating each other for the color of their skin People hating each other based on sexuality People hating each other because of gender differences People hating anything or anybody different People letting... Continue Reading →

You’re in the wrong castle

You’re in the wrong castle by Andres Diaz Copyright 2017 In the castle you run You find no place to hide They’re breathing down your neck The ghosts of those that died You shouldn’t have gone into the dungeon The monsters have come out to play Rattling chains and scraping tools Your flesh they want... Continue Reading →

Inclusiveness and diversity in science fiction

Until recently, most science fiction has featured a straight, white male as the protagonist. I'm working to change that. My character Medlow Staur's ancestors come from every continent on Earth. He is also openly bisexual. Check him out here! #sciencefiction #scifi #bisexual #multiethnic #multiracial #medlowstaur #protagonist

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