The woke up one day to discover that the world did have an edge. But they couldn’t see the turtles because the wall was too high to scale.
Here’s a short story by Nathan Hillstrom read by Chris Williams in Cast of Wonders 274: “Won’t You Please Give One of These Species-Planets a Second Chance.” Enjoy!
I am excited to have a fun little story in Diagram this month. Check it out.
The Coachella Review just put up two of my virus poems. Who doesn’t love some poetry about molecular biology on a Monday?
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Christmas trees are viking heroes. They deserve a death of flame and ash that is dispersed across the Pacific to the other side of the world or at the very least the Sierra Nevada Foothills. The wood chipper lacks romance. No one laughs or sings around the chipper truck like we do a decorated Noble …
On rare rainy nights, Melindia Carter would take off her wig and dance naked in the cul de sac. The mercurial shine of rain in the street lights made her body glow, and the drops, like diamonds, shimmered on snaking arms before being flung to gutter. None of us who lived on Williamsburg Circle ever …