The “war on viruses” must go on. Some compare corona times to the novel “1984”, but I thought that perhaps Terry Gillian’s “Brazil” could be
(without burning down the house) I remember reading a story a few years ago about a man who was so afraid of spiders that in
The following was a text written for “Off-Guardian” almost a year ago as a satirical piece, but since then most of it has come to
A Kafkian Short Story Someone must have slandered Josef K., for one morning, without having done anything truly wrong, he was arrested. His landlady, Frau
Recently, I received many corporate emails from different companies wishing “Happy Holidays”, “Happy Season”, but curiously enough not one of them was wishing “Merry Christmas”.
Today, even though it’s only early December, there was a lot of snow. It had fallen the previous night and all the streets were white.
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I haven’t posted in a while, with all the world apparently going insane, with all the nonsense of “health passes” and mandatory vaccinations. I didn’t
My latest short story, “Letter to Mack“, was published in the July issue of the New English Review. It is part of the collection “The
I was away from here for a little while, working and concerned with other stuff. But now I am back, and so is Geist magazine,