<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Visitor Contends with the Superstitions of Primitives in “My Brother’s Keeper”</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Alien Visitor Contends with the Superstitions of Primitives in “My Brother’s Keeper”

Mind control and invasion keeps cropping up in my work. “My Brother’s Keeper” took the medieval notion of demonic possession, which some “science” now tries to explain away as probable psychological disorders – I’m not sure I buy into that. What if there is such a thing as possession, but it’s a little more commonplace … Continue reading

<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: Simple, Age-Related Forgetfulness? Full-blown Dementia? Burglary? Or is Everything Really “Bugging Out”?</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Simple, Age-Related Forgetfulness? Full-blown Dementia? Burglary? Or is Everything Really “Bugging Out”?

In “Bugging Out” I was exploring a couple of disturbing observations about impermanence – the way that buildings seem to instantly appear (yes, I know they were probably being built for weeks and I just wasn’t paying attention) and also how common objects that I know I just saw a moment ago simply vanish (where … Continue reading

<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: The Exobiological Discovery of “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: The Exobiological Discovery of “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”

With “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”, I just wanted to play with the mistake we make about assuming that other life (and people) have to be the same as us, or look and behave like something familiar to us instead of something alien. And if we can have tools and tricks to help us communicate … Continue reading