4th and Marshall

4:03 pm: The traffic light turns red, the crosswalk sign lights, and the crowd mills across the street. 4:04 pm: The crosswalk begins to empty, but for one man. 4:05 pm: John Doe has wrapped a tourniquet around his right arm and doused it with kerosene.  4:06 pm: As traffic resumes, John Doe sets the […]

The Love Market: Chapter One

Across the plethora of public speakers, on every television channel, interrupting phone frequencies to patch through every device and infect all forms of network functioning, the message began. It would be the final indignation of a society that had long ago collapsed and staggered on without knowing. This would be the final block to fall, […]