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Girl On Fire

By OLIVIA ST. JAMES
Published: May 5, 2013

A writer's scattered thoughts...

Death Rides with Us: The Road to Ilfracome

By ASHLEY MOORE
Published: January 1, 2013

Learning to drive in the Australian Outback in a 4x4 at the age of 26 with your fiancee as your driving instructor is sometimes fraught with peril.

Not Enough Time

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: December 14, 2012

Peace comes after.

Her place in the World

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: December 12, 2012

Eulogy for my Mom. The priest stopped me after the second paragraph and told me to slow down. But I got through and think I said all the words.

Auditory Acuity

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: November 14, 2012

The word on the street...and in the pubs...etc.

On Being Pressed

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: October 20, 2012

What happens when you press people to bend to your will.

Fictional Characters in Nonfictional Buildings

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: September 20, 2012

It's about time someone put an end to this.

Class Prep

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: September 20, 2012

Getting ready to teach.

Momus Updatus

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: September 20, 2012

Onging progress with the angels.

Angels

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: September 8, 2012

Haven't written about angels in a while. They need the press.

In the Presence of

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: September 3, 2012

Every now and then, I drop out of my game worlds, dream worlds and math worlds to look around this world.

You were brilliant

By BLYTHE SEINOR
Published: July 21, 2012

I will always remember you, I will always miss you, and I fear I may always crave kimchi.

They could have been contenders

By BLYTHE SEINOR
Published: July 19, 2012

The blog posts that (almost) never were.

Three worlds and a cuppa

By BLYTHE SEINOR
Published: July 17, 2012

A South Korean, a North Korean, and an American walk into a cafeteria...

Life after North Korea: Seong-hee's story

By BLYTHE SEINOR
Published: July 9, 2012

Ever since I met Seong-hee, I hoped that one day she would trust me enough to talk about her family, her life, and her escape from North Korea. That day was today. This is her story.

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