Monthly Archives: May 2016

Generation Less, by Jennifer Rayner

I really expected and WANTED to like this book. I agreed with its general message: that younger generations were being disadvantaged in today’s world. With jobs hard to get and housing, both rental and purchased, priced well beyond their means, … Continue reading

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FORTY. (a 1992 short story by Onesimus).

This is my only surviving story. It survives because it was included in an anthology of work published by a University writer’s group. The title of the anthology is Figments. It was published in 1992. The version below is a … Continue reading

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Space Patrol: a blast from the past.

This is a show I watched as a small child, and one that I’d forgotten completely until I came across the following a few minutes ago. I was surprised how much of it brought back memories – the music, the … Continue reading

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