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Vanishing Acts

“… Terra trusted that gravity would resolve the remainder of her task. And so it did… She kept Callimachus calm during that six-story free fall, providing his mind with the same weightlessness that his body was experiencing. The fantastic conclusion … Continue reading

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Levitate

“…Between street vendors and rhythmic breathing; down pathetic streets and machine-gunned intersections; around bashful emotions both true and fake; and with rising erections warmed by music that was surely imagined they neared the outskirts of Warsaw, Poland. The attitude of … Continue reading

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Lost Cities

Rumors from the City of Babylon; circa 589 a.d. “Turn right when the North star falls behind a concrete cloud. How many paces you must walk from there is decided by god. Listen closely. Even god’s guidance is obscured by the dead … Continue reading

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From heaven to hell, so the story goes

“…Reuben Remus mowed deeper into Ustronie. Abandoned buildings began to show through the foliage. Broken wood splinetered out, fallen brick walls piled under the grass, houses hung from the tops of gigantic pine trees, and the Gryfino Forest continued to … Continue reading

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… and behold them frequently

I just found this little prayer in one of my Grandfather’s old World War Two books. It would seem Sergeant Richter of the Waffen-SS has found these words before me… “… The moon was nowhere to be seen. But then again neither … Continue reading

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Sleep tight, Sergeant Richter

What can I say, this is all wrong. Sorry, Sergeant Richter, but I’m erasing this segment of your history. Seems the world will not share in your troubled slumber. Goodnight.

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Telling Stories

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Pen to paper

It has been over a year since I’ve written by hand. I spent so much time on the computer rewriting and editing my novel that I lost touch with my pen. I tried numerous times to get back into the … Continue reading

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The Avenging Sword of Taste and Decency

“Of all the sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest of these: it might have been.” – John Greenleaf Whittier Those words will not find their way into my life. Writing is my job; it is my passion; and it is … Continue reading

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Fiddlewood: Chapter Ten

In which a Witch reveals herself The insects carried Camille for two full days and nights until they arrived at the tunnel that led into the decrepit land of Undercrest. The land was neither below nor above Fiddlewood, and Fiddlewood … Continue reading

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