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Today, for the first time, I’m writing down the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to me. (At least up to this point, I don’t claim to… Read more “TMI Story About the Most Embarrassing Thing That’s Ever Happened To Me”
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.” That phrase was written in 1776 by Thomas Jefferson, revolutionary and slave-owner. Today… Read more “The Chips Are Down”
When is the cost too high? When will those with power hear the voice of the people they govern and protect? When will being born black not… Read more “On the Murder of George Floyd”
Benjamin J. Law is an author and poet who lives in the scenic Columbia Gorge of Oregon, just outside Portland. He published his first novel, The Book of Ardilia, to Amazon.com when he was just 17 years old and has since written The War for Yokendale, the We Are Humans Collection, and Mordecai – Episode One: Bloodthirsty. You can find many short stories and poems right here on his blog.
Besides writing and blogging, Ben enjoys drinking way too much coffee, playing video games when he has the time, reading, getting into trouble with friends, and spending all the time he can with his fiancé. He’s also a movie nerd!
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