Monthly Archives: October 2021

Chapter Two of an Unnamed Novel

The boy got up and reached for the tin dishpan hanging on the wall and set it on the stove.  He poured some water into it from the galvanized bucket on a short shelf next to the door, and then … Continue reading

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CRT and Flannelgraphs

Elton Trueblood once said something like, “Baptist are as old Abraham. We have evidence of that when Abraham said to his nephew, “Lot, you go your way and I’ll go mine.” That reminds me of the TV and magazine ads … Continue reading

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Chapter One of an Unnamed Novel

It is midnight, 1969.  The air is blue. The mountain is blue in its silhouette against the open galaxies. Long before the earth stirred, the old man in the cabin banged the cast iron stove to life. He sat in … Continue reading

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