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Mar 22, 2019

The stick was about a half inch wide and seven inches long, a tan color with knots and streaks of a darker tan-brown.  It had three nodes where smaller branches had once grown in and then broken off.  One end was mostly flat.  The other had been broken off at a slant, so it looked like the top of new lipstick.

 

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Mar 15, 2019

It had been lying on the concrete inside the white stripe of paint that delineated the parking spot he’d taken.  And when Rix opened the door to step out of his car, his left foot landed beside it.  It glinted in the noon sun as if newly minted.  It certainly looked newly minted, but it couldn’t be.  He marked the...


Mar 8, 2019

When the world was new, there was much chaos.  Wars between gods.  Wars between gods and those they were charged with guarding and guiding.  The birth of terrible monsters on sea and land and sky.  The birth of creatures who could cross between the realms of the living and the dead, who could haunt the dreams of all...


Mar 2, 2019

On the new grounds, the main museum occupied a gorgeous brick façade building with high windows that faced into welcoming hallways that then led into darkened interiors that housed all the light-sensitive treasures.  There were gems and jewelry and weapons and wardrobes and tablets and tomes and more, all of which was...


Feb 22, 2019

Till the day of the accident, the worst part of this job was that I couldn’t tell my friends and family what I really did at the Institute.  They think I’m an intern or secretary.  I’ve been given a script of what I’m allowed to say and it purposely makes my job sound so mind-numbingly,...