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Not Quite Sanguine III

My head was pretty messed up after facing up to that freakish intruder, so after a night of fitful almost-sleep I gathered my belongings and set off. ‘Fuck this town’, that’s the condensed version of what was going through my … Continue reading

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Not Quite Sanguine II

Nothing happens the way you think it would. It wasn’t the local authorities or Feds who figured out my condition first – how could they? There’s no paper trail or scent to follow; a one-hundred proof immune human doesn’t leave … Continue reading

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Not Quite Sanguine

“I am the place in which something has occurred.” – Claude Lévi-Strauss Everyone’s out for my blood. Literally. I mean, just in case there’s any confusion, literally every single person I can think of wants, literally, the liquid that’s pumping … Continue reading

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