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Railroad Train to heaven – Part XXXXVII

Nov 17th, 2010 | By | Category: Railroad Train To Heaven, Series
I dreamt that I was walking along the roofs of an enormously long train, trying to reach the locomotive.


Railroad Train to Heaven – Part XXXXVI

Nov 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Railroad Train To Heaven, Series
Charlotte,” said Steve, smiling as if mysteriously.


The Dream Mechanic – Part XXXVII

Nov 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Series, The Dream Mechanic
It was shortly after the first of the new year. Margo reminded Dave it was the start of a new tax year.


The Rapture and the Hive – Part I – Chapter 4

Nov 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Series, The Rapture and the Hive
The sign by the road reads “JUDD HILL PLANTATION AHEAD” in the sloppy, hand-painted letters of someone using too big a paintbrush for his job. Letters in red.


High Rise Rental – Part XXXXVII

Nov 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Fables Fairy Tales and Folklore, Series
From the west the late afternoon sun was resplendent on the grass, reflections shimmering in waves, comfort oozing in the land.


River City Blues – Part VI

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: River City Blues, Series
I had a recurring dream for years. I’m wearing a tuxedo, and I step onto an elevator and fall perfectly in love with a beautiful woman I’ve never met before.


The Dream Mechanic – Part XXXVI

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Series, The Dream Mechanic

The Flannel Minotaur

It was a labyrinth of winding streets. Some abruptly ended with no warning. I backtracked to the beginning several times. I consulted the map. The roads on the map twisted and turned. The names of the streets …



The Rapture and the Hive – Part I – Chapter 3

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Series, The Rapture and the Hive
Little Rock Air Force Base is not actually in Little Rock—it is rather north of the river, beyond North Little Rock (which is its own separate city) and on the edge of Jacksonville, which might have become one of those white flight cities for those fleeing the “problems” of Little Rock had not its very Air Force neighbor brought men and women of all races to that spot on the highway, thus forcing choosy families to migrate further north, to Cabot or Beebe.


Yes, the Moon Loves You, Dad – Part XXXXVI

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Fables Fairy Tales and Folklore, Series
“The moon loves you, Dad,” says Jasper James (“Jeep,”) who was practically born in a seat of an old ’56 Jeep relegated to the farm, which is where Jasper got his nickname.


Railroad Train to Heaven – Part XXXXV

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Railroad Train To Heaven, Series
Miss Rathbone sat down and poured Steve a glass of ice water.