Table of Contents | 30 July 2001
He wondered, as all erasees do, why he'd decided to wipe out his past.
"Science fiction, in our culture, is basically intended for children, or young adults, as they say. . . . If it fails to do that as a genre, then it won't command its place in the marketplace."
We live in an age of permitted theft. From high to low thieves feel they are entitled to take what they want, so long as they really, really want it.
Slowly they graze the mountaintops, slow / Cows wandering home to their sunset— / Mildly anxious, leaking drops of milk / Into the monumental snow.
I'd worship me if I were you. / A new religion starts tonight!
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