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Sing the Crumbling City

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"Sing the Crumbling City." Mythic Delirium. April-June 2015. Digital file.

"Sing the Crumbling City." Mythic Delirium Volume Two. Mythic Delirium Books, 2015. 144-151. Print.

"Sing the Crumbling City." The Longest Road in the Universe: A Collection of Fantastical Tales. South Haven: Triskele Media Press, 2016. 128-137. Print.

Summary: 

In a city that is, spacetime fissures gape like ravenous grendels in the landscape. In a city that might have been, a traumatized girl can close the mouths of these monsters before they ever open, if only she will sing. Between them, a trio of musicians play as if all life, everywhere, depends upon the song. And it does. "Sing the Crumbling City" is the featured story for the month of April 2015 in Mythic Delirium.

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A living planet is a much more complex metaphor for deity than just a bigger father with a bigger fist. If an omniscient, all-powerful Dad ignores your prayers, it's taken personally. Hear only silence long enough, and you start wondering about his power. His fairness. His very existence. But if a world mother doesn't reply, Her excuse is simple. She never claimed conceited omnipotence. She has countless others clinging to her apron strings, including myriad species unable to speak for themselves. To Her elder offspring She says - go raid the fridge. Go play outside. Go get a job.

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