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Ola Mae’s Figs

We lived in a one bedroom flat nestled in the rafters of a three-car garage behind a boxy duplex near the university. We could catch a bus at Hildebrand or San Pedro to take us most of the places we … Continue reading

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In Which Morty Stops Outside Santa Fe

¬†Left my home in Norfolk, Virginia California on my mind This is a story from one of the voluminous notebooks I have dragged with me from coast to coast in my wanderings. The crux of the narrative is taken verbatim … Continue reading

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The Appointment

(a retelling) In the waning years of the 19th Century a merchant from the East rode a circuit in north Texas, peddling dry goods, curiosities, and other wares. He made a modest living in this way, restocking his wagon through … Continue reading

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