A Conversation

by Andrew Worthley “The thing is,” says George Riddell, “is that if they can’t see you, they can’t hit you!” Sitting back into the booth he wraps his arms around his meaty chest. Candlelight flickers over his satisfied smile. “You do realize you sound like a crazy person?” says Oliver Meek. “Crazy, or genius?” “Definitely … Continue reading A Conversation

Being in the Dark

By Raymond Funk Begin in the dark. Be patient good things start in hidden places, in small ways, seeds covered in dirt, rest behind closed eye lids and deep in little cells, where scientists see a great conspiring, relentless activity, to keep living things living. Mystery seems ignorant, when you are in the dark, but … Continue reading Being in the Dark

Space II

By Noah Paster About nine winters ago, I was sicker than I had ever been in my entire life. Unfortunately, this wasn’t just a thing that lasted for a week or two and then went away. It happened back to back to back to back to back…bronchitis, fever, strep throat, head cold, flu, etc. I … Continue reading Space II