“Thought for Food” / Memorable Fancies #1188

[“Tribes of dogs assemble in the city and eat away at the ideas.” – Albert Camus]

     Inspired by what we caught our dogs doing, we now create meals of ideas, main courses, desserts – we gobble them down so they will no longer exist except as something we’ve voided long ago, ideas we found troubling, indigestible.


A deadly plague strikes. Hiram Cayne sets out across country to exact a long-delayed revenge before he dies. [A story line from my collection The Trees of Malice: 16 tales of horror and the weird too creepy to share. Buy it on Amazon.]


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