The voice of Christian Hughes is the voice of the angrily oppressed, be it the oppression of the classes, the clock, or that Great Oppressor, his mom. With a self-conscious cynicism, Christian's poems embody the young man making his way in the world, fighting with reality and other ignoble concepts, doomed to failure but unbearably romantic in the struggle.
Christian is a Hawaiian-born East Coaster just back from a stint in Asia. In the future, he plans to actually do something useful like build an SUV that actually does get less than a mile to the gallon or provide Palm Pilots to the homeless.
Christian's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Nashville Hotel Room
Your Only 24th Birthday
The Horse Shit Bar Mitzvah
The Importance of Seeing "Alf"