Monthly Archives: July 2015

Tusk (short fiction)

In the glow of the irradiated, red sky, Tusk had watched her pack die, one by one. Most had been born wrong to begin with and only lasted as long as they had through sheer stubborn resolve. Tusk had been lucky. She sported a pair of withered wings on her back. They were useless but […]
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Dinner for Five (short fiction)

Chasing the Moon     “I was born in the primordial fires of a ravenous universe. I arose from its belly with an insatiable hunger, and a trillion, trillion souls were sacrificed to satisfy my boundless appetites. Still, it was not enough. It will never be enough. But long after your wretched little world is […]
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Pixels (movie review)

Is this the only unbiased Pixels review you’ll read? Maybe. So pay attention. Pixels isn’t a great movie, but it is a good one. It takes a silly concept and runs with it, and ends up an enjoyable diversion. The characters are simple. The plot predictable. The creativity is above average and the integration of […]
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The Legend of Al’s Plumbing (short fiction)

Divine Misfortune   Al recognized Cloacina’s work. The overflowing toilet, the dripping faucets, the rattling shower head, he’d seen it all before. Too many times. “You should’ve called me earlier,” he said. Steve, the homeowner, said, “I called several other services, but most wouldn’t come once they found out about the goddess.” The gods might […]
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