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Talking The Obsessive Monkey Off The Writer’s Back
Posted in Histories on Jan 25, 2020 — 215 reads
Notes From The Author
Posted in Blog on Jan 19, 2020 — 413 reads
The Crooked Form Of A Graphomaniac's Fiction Season
Posted in Blog on Jan 1, 2020 — 302 reads
Posted in Blog on Dec 31, 2019 — 270 reads
On Losing It On The Overton Railroad
Posted in Blog on Dec 29, 2019 — 375 reads, 1 comment
A Moment Of Consciousness In Words
Posted in Blog on Dec 27, 2019 — 976 reads
Notes From The Heart Of The Dark Kangdom
Posted in Harm City on Dec 22, 2019 — 988 reads
Outtakes From A Conversation With Brian Jewell And Tips For Building Your Own Readership By Posting
Posted in Blog on Dec 22, 2019 — 360 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: ‘Of A Thousand Words A Day?’ –Toker Wants To Know
Posted in Blog on Dec 16, 2019 — 427 reads
Considering The Shape And Shades Of Our Connective Soul
Posted in Blog on Dec 13, 2019 — 252 reads, 4 comments
The Demographics Of The Coming Ice Age Of Reverent Chandler, Malediction Song And Nightsong Of The Nords
Posted in Fiction on Dec 8, 2019 — 432 reads, 5 comments
Crackpot Phonebooth: Mister Grey Is Wondering How To Optimize Content Creation
Posted in Blog on Dec 8, 2019 — 140 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: Adel Delves Into The Graphomania
Posted in Blog on Dec 4, 2019 — 227 reads
Crackpot Conversation: Banjo Was Wondering If Cracked Pottery Is Gaining Or Losing Currency
Posted in Blog on Dec 2, 2019 — 247 reads, 1 comment
Posted in Blog on Dec 1, 2019 — 112 reads
Posted in Blog on Nov 1, 2019 — 414 reads
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Fantastic Voyage Revisited

The dreams James LaFond has allowed his readers access to are markedly energetic, vivid, and adventuresome in large part. While many of the dreams do contain violence, the violence rarely involves real bloodshed and murder, although there is one that comes close, as I recall. And a few of them are just simply downright childlike, fit as a fairy tale, touching, and charming.
 
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