Short Fiction – Dandelion

Short Fiction – Dandelion

   Robert Parker is old. He doesn’t feel old. He’s alone, as alone as he can be. No family. No friends. They’re all gone. Dead. Bad luck, disease, old age—one damn thing after another. He’s joined the ranks of Eleanor Rigby, Father McKenzie. He never thought he would....
Short Fiction: Zihuatanejo

Short Fiction: Zihuatanejo

 They marched him up the steep stone stairs of the pyramid. He could barely lift his knees high enough to move from one stair to the next. They had drugged him. Mescaline, peyote or some similar psychedelic substance. All around him rang out the wild sounds of drums,...
Secrets

Secrets

 I began to read at an early age. My parents divorced when I was around two. I lived with my mother and she read to me from as early as I can remember. Other than the newspaper, my father didn’t read much at all. He lived far away but we got together as much as we...
Summer Read: Eleutheria by Allegra Hyde

Summer Read: Eleutheria by Allegra Hyde

 We discovered Allegra Hyde’s novel by accident, by chance, or if you prefer by serendipity. The reclusive author, John Fowles, wrote this amazingly frank response to a high school student who queried him in a letter about the meaning of his book The Magus. Reality,...
Ten Good Summer Reads

Ten Good Summer Reads

 Think in the Morning recommends these 9 good books for your summer reading. Click on the blue link for our review of each title. Summer Read: Eleutheria by Allegra HydeSummer Read: The Verifiers by Jane PekSummer Read: Mouth To Mouth by Antoine WilsonSummer Read:...