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Well, can you believe that it’s been nearly a month since Dog Versus Sandwich launched?

If not, why not? How cynical, gentle reader, of you to suspect the very calendars on which our lives are predicated. If time is taken away from us, what do we have left… what do we have left?

Perhaps this poem will help you decide:

magician.pdf

What the magician’s assistant says about her master

by Kristine Ong Muslim

 

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Welcome, young sapling, to the second week of Dog Versus Sandwich. This week’s story was vat-grown by eccentric scientists weak from hunger after a gruelling sack race. I think the results were wonderful!

Why Do They Dance? pdf version 

 

 

Why Do They Dance?

by Patricia Russo

 

 

 

They are little men, no more than a foot and a half tall. Maybe a bit more. Knee-high, depending on how tall you are. Knee-high to me, anyway. They have stern gray faces and no ears, and they dance. They dance in circles on the street corners, holding hands, whirling in carousel circles, or weaving in and out of fractal patterns, their arms held up stiff to the sky, like the bare branches of winter trees. They all wear brown, always, and they are always dancing.

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Welcome to the first beginning opening start of Dog Versus Sandwich. I can only assume that future generations will conduct a fitting tribute to this moment, and so I won’t bother. Thank you, reader-creature, for joining me on this exciting and hopefully condiment-filled journey.

Below this introduction lurks (in a sinister manner) our first story. You can either click on the pdf (which I recommend, simply because I like the font better) or click on the link below the first paragraph.

Enjoy!

Chronicle of a Doomed Librarian

 

 

Chronicle of a Doomed Librarian

by Toiya Kristen Finley

 

Perhaps it was best the old librarian did not know the ultimate plan for the Library, for someone would have had to explain the crane with its silent and mammoth ball, sitting outside waiting to break down the Library walls in the morning.  (more…)

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