Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Infinite Om

by Liam Scheff 4 of 15×15 “Just walk up to her and say, ‘The guy over there.’ No, ‘The manager recommends…’ No. ‘Wants you to have this, compliments of the house.’” “Deck, I’m alphabetizing.” “Just do this one thing – … Continue reading

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Wake

by Liam Scheff 3 of 15×15 It’s too personal. I’m not going to talk about that.” “What do you…you mean, you’re not going to talk about it with me? Or you’re not going to –” “I’m –” “Talk about it?” … Continue reading

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Coffee – 15×15

by Liam Scheff 2 of 15×15 “Ohhh,” she says, pausing, taking it all in, holding the daiquiri just below her chin, “I missed this.” He looks at her, at the daiquiri, at her smiling face. He’d made, oh…3,000 of them, … Continue reading

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Water – 15×15

by Liam Scheff. 1 of 15×15 I woke to the alarm bell. But I wake to the alarm bell every day. What’s new…We’ve been petitioning the mayor to change the value on the radiation clock, so as we’re not rattled … Continue reading

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15×15

by Liam Scheff A blitzkrieg of writing. Fifteen days, one to two hour each, one piece of fiction. No major edits, presented to the public for rumination, consideration, conflagration, prognostication, deprivation, elevation, condemnation, relaxation, laughter, pour faire rire, rigolo, scherzo, … Continue reading

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Oblivion – The Argument Review

by Liam Scheff Note: This conversation may or may not have taken place, yesterday, soon or tomorrow. This “Argument Review” is a story in the Fragments series. Jeff is stalling – still. Still waiting for me to say it for … Continue reading

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Summer of ’74, the Play – Now On Kindle

The Unofficial, Unauthorized Story of How Star Wars Really Began – in Barstow, California, 1974. On Kindle for a low, low price! A young boy in rural California dreams of getting out of his small town; his mother grows “herbs,” … Continue reading

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