Category Archives: Short Fiction
What do paper planes have to do with the coming Caliphate? Well, if you bear with me, watch the chalk board, I am going to blow your mind.
EASTERNER I leave Kettle Cove, heading southwest beneath a cloudless sky. The sun is hovering over my shoulder. I’m on a port tack with a moderate easterly wind and rolling swells. I’m abreast Singing Beach when I see her heading … Continue reading
Fifty years ago, when the time came for my bar mitzvah, I was not given the opportunity to spout off from the bimah at the local synagogue like my contemporaries. My mother held that religion was the opiate of the … Continue reading
Rabbi Moishe Hunter had habits one could count on. Every morning after spending precisely one hour on his treadmill and another quarter hour unwinding in a steaming shower, he’d wrestle a pair of blue jeans over his fifty-four inch girth, … Continue reading
By Bidat Azitmay (2007)* *Bidat Azitmay is the 109 year-old founder and grand master of Neoga (“What anti-matter is to matter, so Neoga is to Yoga.”) Azitmay’s world-famous philosophy can be summarized, and indeed has been summed up brilliantly by none … Continue reading