This Thursday October 24th at 6:30 p.m. at Fountain Books 1312 E. Cary in Richmond it will be my pleasure to join Ron Smith and Howard Owen in readings from Remapping Richmond’s Hallowed Ground, an outstanding collection of stories, poems, and art responding to the legacy of the Civil War in our fair city. Â To be clear, this ain’t your mama’s War Between the States. Â The event is free and open to the public. Â Hope to see you there.
Long time readers of this blog, if there are such, are familiar with stories I’ve posted here in the past for free with God as the protagonist. Â I would try to sell them, but there are already too many folks making big bucks off the divine. Â Enjoy.
â€”The Boy Scout motto
God’s walking in the woods.Â God’s into woods, forests, jungles, like in Eden and Spligg (which is just the other side of Betelgeuse in case you’re wondering).Â He’s about to meet Thomas Paine Crawford who is the reason God’s here, but He’s also on Spligg on another matter at the same time.Â I’d explain it to you, but you wouldn’t understand.Â The human mind can’t grasp it.Â Short version:Â He’s everywhere. Continue reading