High Altitude, Low Opening

Aster Risk

Risk Assessment Management had a sheep as it’s mascot. Take the Ram by the horns. Blow the horn. A cuineiform. A nautilus shell. Aster funnily enough, when she went into an area was the source of most of the risk. She had remora tulpas bobbing in her wake that, when she had completed a mission,… Read More Aster Risk

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Zoe Trope

Why is the universe spinning? We are looking through the gate of a double slot experiment, and we are seeing it all move, like it is not just pictures strung together in a stroboscopic flow, like a zoetrope. Built around zootrophy. Rings within rings, circles within circles. A downward spiral into the heart of the… Read More Zoe Trope

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Sunday

A day of rest – notionally, but really, how often? I don’t believe myself to be a scribomaniac, though I try to write daily. No, I am a writer. I sit here, surrounded by sleeping cats, thinking what strange little creatures they are. They eat to fuel a biological machine that seems designed for sleeping… Read More Sunday

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Thursday

Different genres and their conventions, if learned, are perfect for making something more interesting of whatever genre you are currently working in. It is interesting how shifting around in the skin of one type of story and painting it to look like something entirely other can have a profound impact on how the story delivers,… Read More Thursday

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Wednesday

It’s kind of interesting to know how important the next set of votes that are going to be placed in this country are, and to know that I will be affected by them, and to not be able to participate because I am a Legal Resident Alien and not a Citizen. It is interesting to… Read More Wednesday

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Saturday

Yesterday we had an art walk where I work, and I helped to curate it. I love art – I used to make visual art myself, and I still do in the form of book covers, but being able to help my talented friends, and encourage talented artists is an amazing feeling. I know that… Read More Saturday

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Saturday

Me and my wife always try and go for a nice walk on Saturday, because it is a great way to see the outside world, and a nice way to spend some time together. The last couple of weeks we have been going into downtown Tampa and walking around and learning about the city we… Read More Saturday

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Tuesday

Damage is such a strange thing to think about when it comes to yourself. On some level, for it to be staying with you you have to be holding onto it. I often find that the way I think about myself is not the way that others feel about me. Some of these learned behaviours… Read More Tuesday

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Saturday

I am sat here watching David Letterman talking to Malala. I have really come to like him since he came back – there seems something deeper about him, and he seems to be using his platform to say something, and to talk to those who have something to really say. Maybe I just missed it… Read More Saturday