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FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR
From A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra. “I don’t understand.” Deshi shook her head. Her romantic advice was worth a foreigner’s ransom, and here she was, giving it freely to a girl who couldn’t appreciate the hard-earned wisdom. “Just stay away from oncologists, okay?” she said, and led the girl to the waiting room.Continue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR”
FOUR HUNDRED AND TEN
From Exit West by Mohsin Hamid. “A thriving trade in electricity was under way in dark London, run by those who lived in pockets with power, and Saeed and Nadia were able to recharge their phones from time to time, and if they walked to the edges of their locality they could pick up aContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND TEN”
THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHT
From Douglas Coupland’s Escaping the superfuture. Lately I’ve been experiencing a new temporal sensation that’s odd to articulate, but I do think is shared by most people. It’s this: until recently, the future was always something out there up ahead of us, something to anticipate or dread, but it was always away from the present. ButContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHT”