A manticore is saddled with managing the scorching mess of a social media page her boss has managed to get himself involved in
The idea of a government trying to cut down on illegal acts of violence by legalizing them within strict parameters deeply spooked me.
“The Kiss of the Water” tells the story of Lima, a woman in search of water in the desert. It has to be purified water, but this is controlled by the Daonais, or masters who manage large corporations. Desperate, Lima is willing to do anything to get what she needs.
“Flower Arranging at the End of the Japanese Empire” explores what it might have been like to live as a youth during the Japanese Empire if it had lasted into our present, which became its last days.
Between 1890 and 1970, it is estimated that around 30 to 40 million Italians left to seek their fortune around the world. But what seems to have been completely forgotten is that the emigration stories of today and yesterday have many points in common.
“When power is unchecked, particularly in an atmosphere of dehumanization, the results can be horrific”
The U.S., though, continues to be the most powerful nation on Earth; Power does what Power does, and when that power is unchecked, particularly in an atmosphere of dehumanization, the results can be horrific.