January 17, 2014
by Clare Lochary
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Shift During Flight

Welcome to the Writer’s Salon, Life Of King’s new (and hopefully growing) fiction writer series. Our inaugural story comes from Baltimore writer and editor Clare Lochary. Want to contribute? email geofflax@gmail.com ***************  Anne loved to travel, even on the most … Continue reading

September 3, 2013
by Geoff Shannon
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Time Traveling

Pittsburgh. Mid-morning. I turn a corner. The room is dim, but for a purple light pulsating around the border of a large rectangle set on the far wall of the room I’ve found myself in. My eyes try to focus … Continue reading

June 13, 2013
by Geoff Shannon
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For Madmen Only

“You are willing to die, you coward, but not to live.” ― Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf The frailty is apparent.

May 8, 2013
by Geoff Shannon
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Mini-Ignite: Inspiration

It’s all so interesting. It’s all so goddamn interesting. It really is. I love knowing why I was able to sell out in one town, and why I wasn’t in another town. I love knowing what goes into everything—the economics, … Continue reading

June 23, 2012
by Geoff Shannon
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Quirkiness and the Corner Zombies

  A zoological exhibit. Or its equivalent. That’s how the man carrying ice blocks wrapped in plastic describes this mosaic. He spits. The saliva curdles on asphalt. Those who smell of money only gaze upon a gorilla in a ballcap, … Continue reading