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The Doodah Man

Here lives half a person. The other half is visiting relatives at the half-people’s home for retired fragments. If some of them could club together he’d be pretty good company. After all, everyone has a few extra bits sticking out. … Continue reading

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Shibboleths for writers

  Published January 8, 2014 The Figure of the Detective: A History and Analysis. →And from Ocotillo Arts, new printed and e-books ————————————————————————————- I’ve been fulminating for the last month or so about industrial art — writing which is  turned … Continue reading

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♠♠♠Eleven is a prime number. Here are eleven of them 1. Sin is an excuse to put off living until afterwards, when it’s safe. 2. Ignore the little man on your shoulder. Whispered advice is never any good. 3. You … Continue reading

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