Author Archives: Caleb Williams

“Whither Now, Adonis” – Chapter One – Part Two

“Whither Now, Adonis” – Chapter One – Part One That was also the year I met Charles Arthur Casey. I didn’t know him by that name, though, I knew him as Floyd. Floyd’s parents had named him first after his … Continue reading

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Whither Now, Adonis – Chapter One – Part One

by Caleb Williams Little Timothy Busey has punched three people in his life: a linebacker, a marine and a writer. All three probably deserved it. The first punch Busey ever threw was delivered in early January 2003 and landed square … Continue reading

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Profile on Gazmend Syla

The following originally appeared in The Oklahoma Daily, spring 2008. Gazmend Syla woke up early Sunday in Oklahoma and turned on the news. As the events of the previous night filled the screen, his thoughts were catapulted halfway across the … Continue reading

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Selected bulletin blurbs from The Village Church

The following are a collection of bulletin blurbs I wrote from June 2010 to December 2010 for The Village Church. In an attempt to maintain a consistent voice and style, we followed style guide issued by The Associated Press, “The … Continue reading

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Thanatopsis Rex

The old man stood facing east, the setting of the all-beholding sun casting his shadow long across the grass, a single sinewy wisp of darkness, inky against the rust of twilight. There was a storm brewing to the south and, … Continue reading

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