Roman Elegies V by Goethe

I feel I’m happily inspired now on Classical soil: The Past and Present speak louder, more charmingly. Here, as advised, I leaf through the works of the Ancients With busy hands, and, each day, with fresh delight. But at night Love keeps me busy another way: I become half a scholar but twice as contented. … Continue reading Roman Elegies V by Goethe

A Brief Joker Review

The score of discord sewn in with string instruments gives the viewer a glimpse into the world of a knotted mind which is at tense and in a state of unease, where something is very wrong. The imagery, the sound, the grit, the atmosphere, it all blends together as we see the outline of a … Continue reading A Brief Joker Review

Just Published My Short Story "The Exile"

https://www.amazon.com/Exile-Stephen-C-Pedersen/dp/1709217456/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=stephen+pedersen+exile&qid=1577841971&sr=8-2 You can get the paperback on Amazon for $5.99, the Kindle for $.99 This is a short, poignant allegory which begins in the ancient city of Babylon. The protagonist is a man who wrestles with darkness, but who ceaselessly strives towards the light. However, after forty circling centuries have passed, the polymath leaves everything … Continue reading Just Published My Short Story "The Exile"

An Alternate Ending For the Storm and Stress Part 1: Organizing the Chaos Within

That night, while Daniel rested, he was visited by a cloaked man. The man leaned over Daniel and put two fingers on his eyes, and suddenly Daedalus’ mind awakened. Waves of emotions came crashing over him, hitting him hard. The booming, buzzing confusion arrested him. Then the gears in his brain started to move again … Continue reading An Alternate Ending For the Storm and Stress Part 1: Organizing the Chaos Within