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Archive for January, 2014

Is family actually important, or would it just be embarrassing if your father got eaten?  I mean, how would you explain that to people?  I’m an orphan… my dad… wasn’t very tasty, but you know how when you’re really hungry, you’ll eat just about anything?

Take a peek at a young gourmet trying to convince a giant: “Please Don’t Eat My Father”! published in issue #558 of Bewildering Stories and available online at: http://www.bewilderingstories.com/issue558/dont_eat_father.html.

night,

dawn

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If light is the composite of everything and nothing…

If a person is yin and yang…

If a chicken is an egg…

Is love, and life, all–and nothing?

When you have everything, do you have nothing, and conversely, when you have nothing, can you possibly have everything?

Love is a paradox.

It’s a miracle any of us were ever born.

Check out my latest short story, “All and Nothing” in CommuterLit, available online at: http://commuterlit.com/2014/01/monday-all-and-nothing/

night,

dawn

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Every generation draws a line between “acceptable” behavior and behavior so far out there you can’t measure it with a thousand spoons.  The line appears to be somewhat arbitrary, mutable, and licking it can be delectable.  Which side of Normal do you want to be on?

Read my new story, “The Physical and Mental Prowess of Defectives,” published by HyperText Magazine and see if you change your mind.  You can find this story at: http://www.hypertextmag.com/2014/01/12/the-physical-and-mental-prowess-of-defectives/

night,

dawn

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A fairy can be a myth and a creature, and if you are both, isn’t that complicated?  Which world would you rather live in?  If a writer is like a fairy, it’s that, without readers, without a little of the applause that Tinkerbell needed to live, we waste away and cease to exist.  Thanks to everyone who reads (who reads anything at all!) and please take a look at my latest publication, available from Rose Red Review: “Banana”.  You can find it here: http://roseredreview.org/2013-winter-dawn-wilson/

night,

dawn

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