Daily Archives: January 28, 2017

Cooped Up

Originally posted on The Psalmist:
A long night of darkness and cold a foot of snow blankets the ground winter The driveway covered the streets plowed but snow topped slippery travel ahead I sit drop foot and braces both feet…

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Guest writer: Robert Kirkendall – Vanishing Act, a short story

“Are you sure you can do this?” Linda asked. “It’s going to be fine,” Roy said. He opened up the camera case in his lap as he sat behind the steering wheel and pulled out an old Canon AE1. Its … Continue reading

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Clepsydra Elegy – champagnewhisky

Reblogged from Paula Read at champagnewhisky: It should come as no surprise that one of the earliest tools humans used to tell time was water. After all, it’s what we are, what we need to live. A clepsydra is an … Continue reading

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Charles Yallowitz -Where Did the Shattered States Come From?

Cover art by Jon Hunsinger John W. Howell asked: “I would like to know the inspiration for the Bedlam series. I know your fantasy world was inspired by your gaming so what inspired bedlam?” Crossing Bedlam is fairly new compared … Continue reading

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Seeing the unexpected

“How did that happen?” “Dunno. Time does stuff like that.” “Behind your back?” “Yep.” “That’s a bugger.” “… and you don’t even notice…” A friend paid me the compliment the other day of asking if I had reached fifty yet. … Continue reading

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Notes on the Nature of Coyote… Stuart France

* Coyote is a Native American culture hero, buffoon, and trickster figure who mixes animal and human traits to mostly comic, often catastrophic and, sometimes, salutary effect. * The world in which Coyote moves can be conceived as a parallel … Continue reading

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Hope #midnighthaiku

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