Jonathan Cardew – February Day 1

Towns with edges

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there were towns with edges, towns in places like Wasilla, or Bessemer. People in those towns were afraid to go to big places, like Anchorage or Stevens Point, though sometimes they would go in and out quickly to buy...

Valentine’s Day

The bird has the nerve to make a castle or an econobox. It takes serious amber to reconcile that density. In a responsible freeze, the court owes the landowner. The tenet cuts onions without emotion; there is a gene for that. After a chilly engagement, this union is...

What’s Their Story

“What’s their story?” It was a game the three of us played when we went out. Our subject could be someone on the tube, or standing in line, or the occupants at a nearby table. We’d gone to the new upscale Tex-Mex place, and our choices were as plentiful as the items...

The Soil Knows Things

You can laugh, but scientists have taught spinach to send emails. I think of this when my mind drifts to a dark place, which happens more and more since Nicole left. I think about Nicole, then I think about spinach sending emails and living becomes a little less...

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