Tag Archives: Literature

Podcast 92: Talking Books with Angie Abdou (In Case I Go) and Frank Busch (Grey Eyes)


Podcast Season 5

Angie Abdou on Amazon. Frank Busch on Amazon.

The End of the World

They often ask me, How will it end? They, the people, the ones who think about such things; and it, the world, I presume, the earth but also everything upon it. They ask me because I know, because I have seen the future. I alone have seen it, not in a dream or a vision but in math. Dreams and visions may deceive, but math is pure. It does not lie. So they ask me, How will it end?

Read More

Consummatum Est: a story

feet

“I have been ready to die for an eternity now.”


THE KNIFE IN BOTH hands, I give a quick thrust and pierce the skin of my throat. The snap reminds me, all this time later, of the German wieners of my youth. Now I’ll lie here on the floor for what will seem an eternity. But like every other time, I won’t die. I won’t even bleed, or feel pain.

Continue …