In D.C. – The National Equality March

As I said in my previous post, I went to Washington D.C. this weekend with my friend Lori to march for GLBT equality. And it was amazing. Going in, I had no idea what to expect. I didn’t know how many people would be there or how they would be reacting. I didn’t know what […]

Going to D.C.

I’m waiting for my friend Lori to get off work so she can tell me if we’re leaving tonight or waiting until tomorrow morning; but in any case, I’m going to Washington D.C. this weekend for the equality march, and I’m pretty excited! She had mentioned her plans before, and then we were talking about […]

A Small World: (In Need of) An Update

The other night, I decided I should finally watch the Netflix movies that arrived in my mailbox last Wednesday: the entire mini-series/movie Angels in America, which was written by Tony Kushner and was based on his Tony Award-winning play of the same name. Angels in America is an amazing thing to see, and I’d love […]


My entire life, I’ve been accused—and rightly so—of being in a shell, of being shy and reserved; but to be fair, I have grown over the last five years. Being in a mature relationship with someone (among other things) changed me, gave me the confidence, opportunity, and drive to meet people and talk to them. That […]


My assigned writing exercise for this week came from What If?: Writing Exercises for Fiction Writers (Second Edition). I had to pick an exercise from part four, and I chose the one on psychic distance. The objective is essentially to create a story that begins far away from the character, using general/unspecific language, and then […]


Salut mes amis, As you may have guessed after reading the title of this blog, if you did indeed do so, my name is Roger Market, and I am a budding writer from Indiana. In May 2009, I graduated from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN, with a B.A. in English and a minor in history. […]