The Lost Writings Of Mark Richardson

With Commentary and Biographical Notes


This story from 1977 is the author's earliest surviving work.


The Swamp Witch

This experimental piece of fiction from 1980 drew praise from the author's teacher Mr. Hastings: "Good story! Nice having it in a different country!"


 A Holiday Wish

This poem from 1982 explores the magic of Christmas.


Capital Punishment: The Good Side

This thought-provoking essay from 1982 comes out in favor of capital punishment.


It Can Be Beaten

This story from 1984 examines the horrors of cocaine addiction.






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