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The Song of Lost Voices in FSF

“The desert was singing louder than usual as Jack Santos shuffled into the kitchen tent for a much-needed coffee.” That’s the opening line for my novelette “The Song of Lost Voices”, which happens to be the headlining tale in The … Continue reading

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Omicron, Top Gun, Spiderish Robots, and Cats

So after two-and-a-half years of dodging Covid, it caught me. My experience was this: I had a fever for the first day, and a dry cough for the next four. Absolutely no symptoms whatsoever after that. I isolated and hydrated. … Continue reading

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Social Life, Shadow Walks, and Cyrus

Now that my family, friends, social circle, and much of Connecticut have been fully vaccinated, the month of May has served as a cautious restart to having a social life. A Mother’s Day brunch, a group sushi night at a … Continue reading

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