The Haunting of Jenny McBride, by Roger Evans

A dim half glow in a white room, faint shadows cast by the light of the machines. An electronic flicker, brief pulse of light, of sound. The briefest movement, barely a twitch of her fingers, then stillness. Slowly things return. The feeling of weight, of substance, of reality. How easily these feelings had slipped away, … Continue reading The Haunting of Jenny McBride, by Roger Evans

The Tuesday Post: On the Bruising Indifference of Apples

This starts out personal but I promise broadens out. A few weeks ago a meme erupted, flowered and withered to dust over a day or two but it’s stuck with me. Here’s the tweet. So I thought “Well, this is straightforward,” and closed my eyes. I guess I thought I’d see it but maybe a … Continue reading The Tuesday Post: On the Bruising Indifference of Apples

What Lies Outside, by Roger Evans

“Fancy a drink after work? These dark winter nights need cheering up.” Martin glanced at his work companion across the desk. “Yeah, could do.” Greg responded. Taking this as agreement, their two Guides meshed and compared preferences. Nanoseconds passed, conclusions were made and a brief list (no need to overcomplicate the decision-making process) was displayed … Continue reading What Lies Outside, by Roger Evans