*The Future of Wallpaper* Christopher Jug George

His summer-brown smile haunts me. I sense him now, unlike before, he is closer to me. He is gone.

Tag: writing

1331 Minutes After They Never Met

 

1331 Minutes After They Never Met (2000)
The fall and rise and fall of fired Russian Literature professor Handlebar Jones who falls prey to florescent lights, overindulgence, and an impossible love.

Based on a short story written by Christopher Jug George.

That There Frankie is a Good Friend of Mine (short story excerpt)

Photo by Christopher Jug George * St. Croix River * September 1, 2011

Some people might call Frankie and me fuck-ups but it isn’t like that at all. There is freedom within life if you can find it, a freedom without the perks, that’s what Frankie calls it. He told me about it one night when we were sitting around the yard with Lisa and Betty. Frankie said “If you forget about everything and everyone, well there you are, alone in your own world and hey, if you have friends along with you for the ride, well that’s even better.” It’s friends, you see, that’s what Frankie taught me, real friends make all the difference in the world when you decide to live in your own world.