From an interview with Santa Carla (CA) Public Radio, January 1, 2077: On the morning of October 21, 2049, our father was struck by a car as he walked in the southbound lane of Pacific Coast Highway, somewhere just south of here. They kept his body hooked up to life support for three days before […]
For the sake of skipping past all the boring bits about a long, winding drive through the sort of gorgeous stretch of lush Californian California that would bring Steinbeck to frothy bliss (if he weren’t inconsiderately stone-cold dead, of course) and lukewarm introspective spousal melodrama, we will. Those who might care about such careless dismissal […]
From A.I. Miss You: A Brother’s Final Words, by Nathan da Costa (Self-Published: 2078), pg. 37: Darla and I were never close. I didn’t even know she was married until Rosie called to tell me Darla and her wife were expecting their first child. And it wasn’t that we didn’t get along, or there was […]
It’s a little known fact that Watson’s Dispensary in Santa Carla, California was once known as Watson’s Brothel and Opium Emporium. Marginally more relevant to the plot is the fact that Watson’s also holds the record for “World’s Largest Selection of Greeting Cards.” Whether one wishes to offer gram-gram a half-assed birthday wish or whole-hearted […]
Public statement by Nathan da Costa, October 26, 2076: The first time my sister died was in a fire with her family. I suppose it’s only fitting it happened that way the second time around too.
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