Story by William H. Duryea; pixel art by AJ Brown.
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Listen, I get it. Life’s a drag. It’s a slog. Every day is a slow march through through a filthy, sweltering swamp with a 30 pound rucksack on your back and very little hope that C
by W. H Duryea & E.E. COLI
Dedicated to the victims of the Oakland warehouse fire, emergency responders, and Wallace Stevens.
My house is haunted; my life is haunted. I meet the same ghosts every day. I can’t avoid them, and I can’t exorcise them. They are stubborn and reliable creatures of habit, always
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Ronnie Award Winner (January 2011)
“Have you seen the ghost of John?
Long white bones and the flesh all gone.
Wouldn’t it be chilly with no skin on?”
– “The Ghost of J