About MadMartigan

I Am Legend.

Nah, I'm not as cool as Will Smith.

As Jay McInerney once said of Kurt Vonnegut, I am a "satirist with a heart, a moralist with a whoopee cushion, a cynic who wants to believe."

Baseball (love it to death)
Favorite Books:
Name of the Wind
A Prayer for Owen Meany.
Tokyo Vice
I Lost My Love In Baghdad
Pretty much anything fantasy related. Occasionally the good SciFi tale.
The Ketty Jay Series (think Firefly, in book format. Ridiculously awesome.)
Favorite Authors:
Rober Frost poetry
Robert Jordan
Brandon Sanderson
Jake Adelstein


"And so a difficult truth about human courage was played out. A truth we resist for what it suggests about our lives. Sometimes the most gallant actions, those requiring a summoning of all our will, access to bravery beyond easy understanding or description . . . have no consequence that matters. They leave no ripples upon the surface of succeeding events, cause nothing, achieve nothing. Are trivial, marginal. This can be hard to accept." Guy Gavriel Kay

"It can be a terrible curse for a man to get everything he ever dreamed of. If the shining prizes turn out somehow to be empty baubles, he’s left without even his dreams for comfort." GGK
Favorite Movies:
The Sting (And really, anything with Robert Redford in it)
Silver Linings Playbook
Dark Knight Trilogy
The Saint
Cabin In The Woods
O' Brother Where Art Thou


So You Think You Can Dance (My one guilty pleasure I'll admit on here. What of it?)
Master Chef
Battlestar Galactica
Favorite Music:
The Dave Matthews Band
Mumford and Sons
Paul Simon
Billy Joel
Elton John
Boy & Bear
The Shins

I'm very particular about what I like, but I like at least something from "almost" all genres. I loathe country (outside of the master, Johnny Cash) and that teenage pop crap the mainstream radio stations play.
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Stories Published By MadMartigan
Editor's Pick A Scarred Wonderland

I. Giant, multicolored sails litter the rolling turquoise waves of the Pacific. From this distance, they’re like flecks of paper mache swaying back and forth in the wind, waving little goodbyes as they drift farther and farther out. There’s a hard metallic clank as the hatch locks into place. “All set,” a twanging southern voice calls out. In the mirror, a slim shape in a tank top...

Added 19 Apr 2015 | Category Hardcore | Votes 19 | Avg Score 5 | Views 9,761 | 20 Comments

Recommended Read Fever Dream

Rich shades of orange and yellow flames flicker and crackle, their chaotic dance sending waves of soothing heat over my naked body. It’s a small comfort, but only just. I’m bound and blindfolded next to the fire, cold metallic cuffs locked loosely about my wrists, my slim arms stretched above my head to dangle helplessly, but not uncomfortably so. I can hear my heart in my ears,...

Added 22 Jan 2015 | Category Lesbian | Votes 18 | Avg Score 4.78 | Views 3,081 | 18 Comments

Recommended Read Carnie Tales In Technicolor

I never imagined working at a carnie, joining the ranks of society’s oddballs: the clowns, the “mystics”, the giants and dwarfs, and the creepy redheaded puppeteer twins. But here I am, looking ridiculous in a straw fedora, a big red bow tie, and old-timey suspenders; a vision cut from the 50s, celebrating the end of summer, fireworks painting the midnight sky with thunderous bursts of...

Added 06 Apr 2014 | Category Flash Erotica | Votes 23 | Avg Score 4.95 | Views 1,635 | 22 Comments

Recommended Read A Wolf In The Night

June 2005 Slants of moonlight spilled through the cheap, ugly motel curtains, throwing soft silver glows on discarded clothing. A broken lamp dangled from a table, cord taut, the shattered bulb still flickering. The orange sparks of light were locked in tune with the muffled rattling of an ice machine and the hum of cicadas going about their own song and dance of seduction. They had...

Added 19 Feb 2014 | Category Seduction | Votes 24 | Avg Score 4.95 | Views 4,032 | 17 Comments

Theories of Flight

I have this theory about flight. I think there’s this great, cosmic deity. Not religious or anything, just cosmic, that moves planes through the sky like a small child moves toy cars. Everything’s fine as long as he’s interested. But one day, he’ll grow bored and let it fall to the earth or nosedive it into a mountain. So fuck flying. Right up its bitch ass. When Kelly suggested Hawaii...

Added 16 Dec 2013 | Category Quickie Sex | Votes 22 | Avg Score 5 | Views 14,669 | 15 Comments

Recommended Read October Scars

“Now then, shall we make a deal, Maxwell?” the man asked, reaching out gnarled fingers to move an onyx pawn one square forward across the chessboard. The man looked up from the game, lips forming a slanted, unnatural smile. I jolted awake in a sticky cold sweat at one in the morning to a clock flashing neon light and a whistling, icy draft. The scratch of my antique record player coming...

Added 23 Aug 2013 | Category Supernatural | Votes 35 | Avg Score 4.91 | Views 4,607 | 24 Comments

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