Synchronized Chaos March 2014 – Processing Change

The only constant is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be. — Isaac Asimov March 2014’s issue of Synchronized Chaos tackles change, in […]

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Poetry from Christopher Bernard

  The Disappearance of the Flies By Christopher Bernard         “Did I ever tell why I no longer call myself a humanist?”                           —Overheard at a climatology conference  So, the word’s finally out:   I am the world’s Caesar, and you are […]

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Poetry from Ali Znaidi

A Desert Dream Whenever I go to the desert I find myself astounded by its depth and extension. I have nothing to do but inhale its grandeur. The more sand piled up on this waterless sea the more desert creatures resist. How wonderfully little creatures maintain symbols of life! What an astounding story of survival! […]

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Short fiction from Kimi Little

The Three Billy Pigs Gruff by Kimi Little Once upon a time there were three Billy Pigs Gruff – Ferdie- the youngest, Joe- the middle one, and Artie- the oldest. They all longed to build a house across the river in a lovely field. Unfortunately, there was Bob, a large, hungry troll, who lived under […]

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Sarah Melton reviews Anita Cox’ novel The Beginning

Book Review – The Beginning by Anita Cox Review by Sarah Melton **This is a review of an adult/erotica book. Review itself is PG-13 but the book mentioned is graphic, so make an informed choice about reading.** “The Beginning” is a short and spicy erotica novel whose title reveals a lot about the unfolding events. […]

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Bruce Roberts reviews the Monuments Men (book and movie)

Monuments Men   Fidel Castro, long-time dictator of Cuba, once said that he really wanted to be a baseball player. That if only he could have mastered throwing a curve ball, his life story might have been very different. Similarly, Adolf Hitler, as a young man, wanted to be an artist. Had he not been […]

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Artwork from Walter Savage

  From the left: Adrian’s Friend, At First, No One Listened, Bitter Days and Old Corral at New River  W. Jack Savage is the author of six books- three novels, two short story collections and the autobiographical The High Sky of Winter’s Shadows (wjacksavage.com). More than eighty of Jack’s paintings and drawings and nearly fifty […]

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Elizabeth Hughes’ Book Periscope

Wounded Worlds: Nihil Novum by Ryan J. Hodge Wounded Worlds: Nihil Novum is an excellent sci-fi novel. I highly recommend giving this book a try if you don’t usually read sci-fi. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as I have. I would personally like to see this made into a movie or […]

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