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Sketch-A-Week, Week 6

Another week, another day of laundry, and another sketch. Today while drawing in the laund-ro-mat, one of the customers took the time to compliment the drawing I was working on. I said thank you and reveled in the fact that … Continue reading

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Kenta Mifune (Thing-A-Week 3)

Aside from writing short stories, I also enjoy playing roleplaying games. My favourites are Dungeons & Dragons and the varied World of Darkness games. Frequently, I run the games, but as of late, I have found myself on the players’ … Continue reading

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El Monstruo: Life Without the Mask (Part Nine)

How many alarms are in this place anyway? I asked myself the question aloud, and was hardly able to hear my voice above the din. Despite the deafening screams of the sirens strewn about the Dunwich Museum of Oriental Antiquities. … Continue reading

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El Monstruo: Life Without the Mask (Part 5)

“Why are you obsessing over him?” Arouna asked with a wide grin as he leaned over the bar. Rita fiddled with the vibrant pink straw that stood lazily in her drink. She had been mulling over the same question for … Continue reading

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El Monstruo: Life Without the Mask (Part Four)

Don pleaded with Adam as the bear trap growled and tightened its maw. His words were incomprehensible; warped by sobbing, every sentence was punctuated by gasping and wailing. Adam simply watched, enjoying the sight. “It hurts, doesn’t it? That is … Continue reading

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El Monstruo: Life Without the Mask (Part Three)

Don was the kind of boy that liked to set fires. He was walking deep in the woods when he came across something which must have been an astonishing fire. It was the burned out form of a car, turned … Continue reading

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El Monstruo: Life Without the Mask (Part Two)

“It would be nice to go home again, Adam.” said Carol as her head bobbed at the end of her long, serpentine neck. A thin, red-lipped smile crossed her pale face. “Will Kappa help us?” “I don’t know. He’s never … Continue reading

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