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Autumn brings the smell of wood fires burning in houses along the lane. It's infused with the smell of pumpkin, apple, and cinnamon sugar - especially from the Bath & Body Works lotions I can't live without.
The sound of autumn is the shuffle-crackle-crunch of leaves underfoot as I walk. I can never resist kicking them into the air like a child and laughing as they rain down around me.
Autumn ushers in a chill wind that nips at cheeks and noses. It's a time to dig out scarves and fingerless gloves, feeling the scratch of wool against flesh. Autumn is the comfort of being wrapped in a warm blanket with someone you love, fighting off the cooler temperatures with snuggles and kisses.
No matter how old I get, autumn will always be a cup of hot chocolate scalding my tongue at Friday night football games. Now, the cups are bigger and more expensive, but the taste of hot chocolate always brings back happy autumn memories.
Autumn is a riot of color. The world is on fire with reds, orange, yellows, and browns. I get lost for hours in the madness of autumn trees; vibrant leaves flying through the air, piling up at curbsides, and dancing down the streets.
We're all victims at some time in our lives, personal, emotional, financial, physical... Thirteen writers have explored many and various aspects of the word Victim and come up with a startling, sometimes moving set of stories. You're sure to empathise with some of the characters as they come to terms/lose out to their victimisation. It's a very personal theme in many ways. The tales are dark, the writing is vivid, lose yourself in the world of Victims.
Alternative Truths is a look at the post-election America that is, or will be, or could be. We attach no manacles to the word truth to bind it to our visions. Instead we free it to find its own way through the minds of the two dozen writers who have shared their vision of the future in either sensitively written allegorical tales such as Relics by Louise Marley, a woman who grew up bucking hay in Montana and moved on to a talented musical performer and successful novelist; or the raw humor of Adam Troy-Castro in his Q & A, which takes on the verbal veracity of Donald J. Trump.
Today marks the release of B Cubed Press's Alternative Truths anthology, edited by Phyllis Irene Radford and Bob Brown. My short, "Walks Home Alone at Night" is part of this hard-hitting collection and I'm honoured to be counted among such talented authors.Jim Wright (of Stonekettle Station) imagines Trump giving the Gettysburg Address. Blaze Ward, Daniel Kimmel, Janka Hobbs and I explore dystopias. Marleen Barr and Adam Troy-Castro envision humorous, kinky, and scatological endings. What can I say? It rocks.
Sometimes, rumors spread so widely – permeate society so completely – that even the poor schmucks they're about start to believe them.Just ask God.A rumor started, a long, long time ago now, that God is infallible. Perfect. Omniscient. Completely untrue, of course, but it sounded good, which is how rumors take off.If God were infallible, there wouldn't be floods that destroy entire towns. If he were perfect, there wouldn't be murderers and psychopaths wandering the streets. If he were omniscient, certain creatures would never have been created.Take zombies, for example.There would be no zombies today if God were as all-knowing and all powerful as the rumors would have him be. He would have seen the error of his ways, before he made them, and he would have spared the world countless centuries of fear and uncertainty.