Fall 2017: Sit, Stay, Good Human.

Someone didn’t get the memo.

ARTISTIC PARTIES, by DS Maolalai.
Deja vu all over again

HE TOO ONCE HAD A MOTHER, by Charles S. Kraszewski.
Even the dogs are kinder…
DOG IN THE STORM, by John Grey
.
Not to mention more honest about their fears
ON THE MORALITY OF EATING GREEN EGGS AND HAM, by Bruce E.R. Thompson.
God
is dog spelled backwards, after all
IN EVERY DREAM HOME A HEARTACHE, by Tamra Lucid and Ronnie Pontiac
.
The strangeness of the human heart…
THE SNAKE AT HOME, by Rose Jermusyk.
The strangeness of human desire…
I TO EYE, by Marissa Bell Toffoli.

It may be we have to look at it from another direction entirely…

LOVE
, by David D. Horowitz.
Of course cats are another issue altogether

THE TOD BLOG can’t wait for the upcoming Ashland Literary Arts Festival, and isn’t sure what it’s looking most forward to: the Wonder Woman costume contest or the panel on story and social justice?…THE ARCADIA PROJECT  is big on that latter…and JAM TODAY  blushes to admit it, but she loves ramen, yes, the kind that fuels college students worldwide…

This issue’s picture contributed by EAP’s own MIKE MADRID, who feels the photo proves something about the culture, we’re just not sure what…

Next issue is 1 January, and it’s the WINTER 2018: WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? issue…contributions by 1 December, please…

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