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Reprint: “Of Witchcraft, Brewsters and Beer”

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Preface – How I Learned the True Tale of the Witch I first met noted beer anthropologist Alan Eames in 2006 when he (along with comic artist Stephen Bissette and Joe Citro) organized the first (and sadly, only) “Lovecraft In Vermont” conference in Brattleboro. The conference was a weekend affair, primarily taking place with speakers […]

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Dreams Are Just Stories From Other People

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We Agreed To A Game In a dream, we agreed to a game. The game was to tell a story, and the rules of the story were that each of us defined one another with this structure: “You have a NAME, you ARE this and there’s an AND”   One of the others defined me […]

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Nightmare #22

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A party of seven wandered across a trackless, endless desert. Their minds wore thin, as thirst and heat punished their bodies. There was no hope, no oasis of safety waiting over the next dune. Soon they began sharing their hallucinations… and somehow they were all fighting over slices of a lime, sucking on the juice […]

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Stolen!

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A quick summary of me (stealed from ): 33 going on 34. Grew up in North Branford, CT but born in New Haven, CT. Fluent in English, smattering of French, currently studying Homeric Greek. Nearly 100% Italian – father is all Italian, mother is 75%, with some German and Irish. Schooled publicly until college, then […]

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Little Dreams

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Things started falling apart around ten years ago. It began as one of those garage-based startup stories; two guys working all on their own, with no funding to speak of, developed the next big thing in personal entertainment systems. Everyone’s electronic devices had converged into one tiny unit that did it all – and it […]

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