Musings and Mumblings
The inner monologue of Kiley Fischer
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 Ok, Gaston.  Let me explain.  Ever since I’ve had a really good hold on my imagination, I’ve been a little adverse to picture books.  I don’t like having an image clearly set in my head by someone else’s imagination. (In your case, Gaston, I’m surprised you can even hold the book right-side-up.) I digress.  Of […]

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I have to admit.  The most interesting thing to me this time that Hayles wrote (and I’m using the phrase “interesting thing” loosely) was the story The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch.  For some reason, the idea of hallucinogenic drugs being used as communication completely fascinated me. Now, don’t read anymore into that than you […]