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Aug 30, 2019

…unexpected means of conveyance, but at that time, what ought have been reasonably expected at all?
Perhaps such flippancy isn’t well placed. Now, with the benefit of distance and context, it’s simple to recognize the many ways that the Rhizome should have shaken loose our assumptions along with all that old...


Aug 23, 2019

..alone would drive many settlements to resign themselves to his vassalage, as the Duke’s medicinal stores separated him from many of the other warlords in that first year, when the pollen was so severe not only due to its density but to our own body’s sluggish adaptation to it.
But the University’s leadership was...


Aug 16, 2019

...good a start as could be imagined, given the circumstances. But there was a confounding question still, which seemed to rent space in everyone’s mind: Yes, the university had survived, but where was it?
This was not a philosophical question. It was a simple matter of fact, a concrete concern.
“Used to be three...


Aug 9, 2019

…was standing there in the midst of utter chaos, I found strength in words uttered by the immortal warrior Red Jack (who you will become well acquainted with as you read on) only days before he led an assault on the being called the Advocate. “Heroism,” he said, “is not such a unique thing.”
He was right. The...