Monthly Archives: October 2016

Kris an’ Murphy: Benedicktion

Kris: “Unbelievable!” Murphy: “You’re kidding, right, Kris? In this election year? Hasn’t that word made the ‘banished’ list yet?” Kris: “I wish. So do those Dakota Access Pipeline protestors. They block a road with a peaceful, unarmed march, and get … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Berries

The US state of Washington bears the nickname “Evergreen State” for a reason. Its trees stay green the year around. The word for the annual October irruption of ‘leaf peepers’ (the tourists seeking explosions of color in forests, as trees … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Selective Service

A multi-part work of fiction, set in an indefinite future time. Standard disclaimers. Cynthia – above average height, fair skin, crew cut blonde hair, hazel eyes, robust build but nevertheless slender and gymnast lithe from youth and exercise, powder blue … Continue reading

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