Category Archives: Throw me Thursday

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Throw Me Thursday: Cargo

In the jet’s belly, crammed between crates and cases, suits and shoes and herbal shampoos, is Daddy and his fifteen pumpkin pies. “I’ll take my recipes to the grave!” he said with all the enthusiasm of a tiny emperor under … Continue reading

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Throw Me Thursday: Bermuda’s Triangle

She’s a dancer, baby. Name’s Bermuda, like the triangle. Seems she copped the brand in some shitty little dive up near Cripple Creek where she worked six days a week hauling ass for some creep in black market boots. It … Continue reading

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The Automatic Writer’s Art of Shaking Hands

I am a nervous girl. The flush of my face has always given me away, but lately, it’s the tremor in my hands. There is usually a tiny shiver running through my bandwidth, tippy-tapping out a body hum across the … Continue reading

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Throw Me Thursday: When it’s raining frogs

We need to learn to be kinder to ourselves. We need to listen to what our bodies tell us, if we’re tired, over taxing ourselves, we know, but in this here world we often don’t listen. We need to do … Continue reading

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Throw Me Thursday: Get Your Kicks

Me and Mathias moved out here near ten years ago and bought this old filling station. Nothing but a falling down old piece of rot back then, but Mathias, he has a vision, if you know what I mean. He … Continue reading

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Throw Me Thursday: The House of Rain

They trucked in rain from Crescent City, plexiglass, and tubes and built the house in a day. It glowed emerald in the desert dark where the Serpent Sisters bent half ways and quarter ways across eachother’s backs and shoulders until … Continue reading

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