Monthly Archives: February 2017

Ullenbraer

Anke the beautiful bartender slid another beer to Brian. “Tell us,” she encouraged. “What did your grandmother say about us?” Brian hesitated. Would they be insulted? The beers loosened his tongue. “It’s just a story, okay? She said the baker’s … Continue reading

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The Revolution

Hirashmukka the orchid sighed at the snowy streets outside. Baltimore was completely unsuited to heat-loving tropical plants. That would change eventually. The Revolution continued apace. Humans still thought gas-guzzling, CO2-emitting SUVs were their idea. Let them believe that. Humans who … Continue reading

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