Harry Leeds: Survival Guide to the Trans-Siberian Railroad

This week’s share takes us further and further [sic] afield, but carefully and with affection; it’s Harry Leeds’ “Survival Guide to the Trans-Siberian Railroad“:

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Gen Del Raye: Homecoming

The longest night is behind us here in the northern hemisphere, and so here we are proud to share this homecoming flash by Gen Del Raye [>>]:

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John Allen: Piece Parts

It’s thing season, Dear Readers, and here to go along is John Allen’s thing story “Piece Parts“:

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Camille Meyer: Two Flashes

We’re back for the home stretch, the metallic and spiky shipping season, as it were, and super-chuffed to share today Camille Meyer’s flashes “Little Meal” and “Slots”:

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Matt Muilenburg: The Leadoff Men

They say not to introduce a new product in August; we remember hearing that some time ago, dear Reader. Let us reintroduce an old idea and wrestle with it, then. Lately, we have seen permanent things become impermanent. Today we’re raising from the archive Matt Muilenburg’s “The Leadoff Men”:

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