Tag Archives: R. D. Kuensting

The Juniper Tree

At first I had headed for the bathroom downstairs, walking fast to keep my red eyes to myself, but then I remembered the leather couch in the ladies’ room on the second floor, and I changed course for it. The … Continue reading

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Lazer T. Walters

Thomas was shooting birds again. I saw him beneath the black oak tree across the street, standing like a dropped pin stuck upright in green carpet. His arms extended above his head, pressing the camera toward the heavens, while a … Continue reading

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The Magnificent RIFE Machine

“Dr. John Bentham achieved fame in the early nineties for his work on “the machine to mend all maladies,” whose scientific, and later popular, moniker was the RIFE machine, an acronym whose original official meaning has been lost. The machine … Continue reading

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