Science Fiction Love Stories (42 pg. PDF, 2016)
Excerpt from Sweet and Sour Sauce:
“ It’s come to my attention recently that some charges have been made against my character. There’s a flap sewn on me at all times and under it I hold my laughter. I wholeheartedly deny these accusations and the flap flips open and wheezes with merciless laughter. I don’t think that this understanding of my own denial could be seen as remittance for a lie. I request that I know myself less.
When it rains, do we glimpse the world in sequences from between bars? Or does the rain varnish, does the rain spread and melt into a glaze, and does the world drop behind in subjectivity and then harden, like ceramic? If we squint at the ground we can see that raindrops actually shoot out from the asphalt like torpedoes. Listen, I’ve told you a thing about rain. Humor me when I tell you about love. ”
A collection of writings from 2014—2015, published online in 2016.
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