Posts Tagged "paul jessup"

The Last Stand of the Ant Maker

by on Apr 7, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Paul Jessup 1   When Benjamin was a little boy he painted things. Mostly small things. Like tiny houses. Or dinosaur kits. Or invisible men. He liked using the small brushes. Painting tiny, intricate details. His hand would cramp up by the end of the day. Painful. Claw shaped. He...

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Ghost Technology from the Sun

by on Oct 5, 2009 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Paul Jessup Master told us that the earth was hollow, and that we lived on the inside of it, clinging to the top of the crust. Below us was another world, a world inside the world, a glowing bright sun of a place. What Master called the summerlands. That is where the dead live, he...

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