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The Axeman's Jazz by Ray Celestin

Based on a real life case in New Orleans, 1918, The Axeman’s Jazz is not short on material. A voodoo axe-murderer strikes at random, leaving tarot cards, locked doors and entrails in his wake. 214 more words

Fiction

Some Kind of Happiness

Title: Some Kind of Happiness

Author: Claire Legrand

Summary: Finley can hardly believe that her parents are sending her to stay with her dad’s family – whom she has never even met – for the summer so they can work out their issues with each other. 291 more words

Realistic Fiction

To Die in Satin...

This is a Wordle for Special Edition “Touch” MindLoveMisery’sMenagerie, August 29, 2016 Challenge.   https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2016/08/29/wordle-special-addition-touch-august-29th-2016/#respond

This is not my usual fare, but here is the short vignette that I wrote using many, if not all, of the Wordle words given for the challenge. 77 more words

This And That

Stars Tribute Gene Wilder On Twitter

In the wake the breaking news of Gene Wilder’s death, many stars took to twitter to send love and admiration for the Hollywood Icon.

Here are a few: 166 more words

Features

Wicked Storm

The wicked storm
Disrupts the kingdom of the dead.
This wicked storm
Destroys all space, and shape, and form.
It veils the sun in cloudy dread; 94 more words

My Poetry

Reflection on a Death (Class Assignment)

Although it is not my most recent loss, it is a loss I have been thinking about lately because my sister just lost a student of hers and the heartbreak I hear in her voice and tears is an echo of mine 15 years ago. 1,129 more words

Christianity