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Mac

Mac peered over his machine. His frantic foreman missed the wiser-than-you’ll-ever-be smile.   Mac was never disrespectful. But nobody messed with Shop Steward Billy McGuire, WWII U.S. Army Veteran.   I caught the big guy’s dry smile myself, radical know-it-all […]

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Mac peered over his machine. His frantic foreman missed the wiser-than-you’ll-ever-be smile.   Mac was never disrespectful. But nobody messed with Shop Steward Billy McGuire, WWII U.S. Army Veteran.   I caught the big guy’s dry smile myself, radical know-it-all […]

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The Future of the Printed Books in the Digital Age

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We’ll Be Fine

The presidential scholar drips delicate fingers down his chin. With smooth, white, Ivy-infused certitude, he promises. Our institutions are strong. We will be just fine.   Let’s hope, the anchor replies, profusely praising his brilliance, deftly slipping into

Radio host Art Bell often presented show which dealt with alien encounters.

Coast To Coast AM With Art Bell

“The tinge of their taut skin is somewhat grey; their eyes are like dull, dark circles.” Wide awake in my bed (as I was all last night) I picture the terse travelers. In a firm,

Oasis Bridesmaids Wikipedia Commons

Oasis Bridesmaids

You told me to stay with your brothers at the open bar, while you kicked off the glowing shoes that tragically matched the vomit pink of your bridesmaids’ gowns. You bounced to join

A Poor Man’s Dream

“ray light morning fire lynch, yester pain in dreams comes again” opening like eyelids resistant to the existence of realities persistent gleam and struggle seems to require an immunity to truth just

Steel Stories #2

(The United Steelworkers monument to workers killed on the job stood in front of Local 9477’s union hall before its relocation to a nearby park following the shutdown of

Shakedown

Same guy, ponytail now gray, still strong, enduring as the word, scrappy. Larry the legend, busted ass, eight hours in the mill, then, on sweltering afternoons, hammered shingles onto steep roofs, hit the bar at nightfall, sucked down a few beers, did

Edgar Allan Poe and Isolationism: His mysterious years in New York

After leaving Richmond in 1837, Edgar Allan Poe moved to New York City to pursue a position in journalism. Little is known about this period in Poe’s life. He

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