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‘Eaters of Trees’
Going Dark in the Northeast Until May 23
© 2020 James LaFond
I have received information that a return to Baltimore to visit little Emma and her grandma [who are no longer getting the $25 a month I have been mailing them in cards, as the Harm County postal workers seem to have figured out this cash transfer method] may be hazardous to my health.
So, I head northeast to the ass-end of New England, the back way, to a destination that is mountainous and is supposedly largely shut down due to the Cordoba Minus. However, this high country region, named after a derisive name for Algonquin folks who ate the inner bark and nuts of trees in times of dearth, as they did not farm like the Long-house-folk, which was bequeathed to them by the Man-Eaters, or Mohawks, their savage foes of the Long-houses, has been promised to me by a reader who I have not yet met as a safe place to write for a couple weeks.
Off I go, offline for two weeks and I leave you the many articles posted below this one as a Parthian shot of a kind with every intention of returning online before the end of May.
Thank you so much for your continued support of these crackpot ways in these trandemic days.
April Word Counts
author's notebook
My Monstrous Muse
masculine axis
by the wine dark sea
logic of force
son of a lesser god
the first boxers
NC     May 18, 2020

enjoy the nature
    May 23, 2020

I did!
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