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The Little World of Don Camillo by Giovannino Guareschi

This week, one of my favorite episodes of Good Story posted. Julie and I talked about The Little World of Don Camillo by Giovannino Guareschi. The book is a collection of very short, very poignant stories about a Catholic priest … Continue reading

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“A Walk in the Sun” by Geoffrey A. Landis, from Infinivox

Written long before Andy Weir’s The Martian, “A Walk in the Sun” by Geoffrey A. Landis gives us a science fiction survival story a bit closer to home. Trish Mulligan is the last one alive on the moon after crash … Continue reading

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“‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” by Harlan Ellison

One of my most treasured books is my The Top of the Volcano hardcover, a complete (at the time of publication, 2014) collection of Harlan Ellison’s award-winning stories published by Subterranean Press. It’s a beautiful book and the content… well … Continue reading

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That is no good place

A few miles from here a frost-stiffened wood waits and keeps watch above a mere; the overhanging bank is a maze of tree-roots mirrored in its surface. At night there, something uncanny happens: the water burns. And the mere bottom … Continue reading

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Endless Variety

The order of God’s Providence maintains a perpetual vicissitude in the material being of this world; day is continually turning to night, spring to summer, summer to autumn, autumn to winter, winter to spring; no two days are ever exactly … Continue reading

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