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(new fiction)

Another new fiction, this one in another style. Inspired mainly by my having read, long ago, a tabloid story about how gravity was being used up and how people should "conserve" gravity, or else we would all fall off the earth. This one isn't exactly a story, but it's most definitely ficticious (meaning, fictitious, but delicious, too)....

(This is my first attempt at such a piece, and I actually rather like its premise. I hope it holds together — but I guess you gotta just go and try these things.)

January 21, 2002 10:18 AM


Great stuff! It reads like Jorge Luis Borges on science.

Congratulations on the whole web site, too. I'd read about what you planned to do with provenance: unknown but had no idea it would be this quick and damn eclectic.

All the best!

Posted by Miguel Cardoso on January 21, 2002 7:43 PM

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