Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

The Tree Poacher

We all admired Stevie Wilkins. As our group approached the dreaded four-oh, we had all embraced the great wheel of life and found our little cogs. We had lawyers, a senior partner in a well to do accounting firm, a realtor who seemed impervious to the whims of the economy, and even a big time […]

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Sunday Archive: In This Darkness, Conclusion

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Sunday Archive: In The Darkness, Part Four

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Sunday Archive: In This Darkness, Part Three

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Sunday Archive: In This Darkness, part two

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Sunday Archive: In This Darkness, Part One

This one was completed in 1993, and as you follow my retarded novel project you’ll see that I stole my own characters and storyline, which goes a long way towards proving that I only have one story to tell.

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Sunday Archives: The Walkers, conclusion

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Swallow Your Tongue

This is the mundane power of a name.  A thing they call you, and when they say it, you turn your head.  Whether you turn toward them to acknowledge or turn away, keep shuffling forward as if you didn’t hear, it doesn’t matter.  A name is a tug on a leash. This is the enduring […]

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Sunday Archive: The Walkers, Part Three

 

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Sunday Archive: The Walkers, Part Two

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