Firwood Crossing
S.R. Landon | 08/05/2021

Karl Gorton lived near the end of a windswept cul de sac in Firwood. His daughter Colleen, now based in Indonesia, had gone to Bali on vacation and fallen in...

Liar’s Poker
S.R. Landon | 07/14/2021

A raging burst of mendacity clouds the nation’s skies.  A loser pretends to be a winner.  Can’t accept what happened and just let go. The question is who we’ll find...

Frozen Sweat
S.R. Landon | 07/05/2021

A tent city.  Sidewalks crammed.  A pop-up colony of geometric domes. Gray stretch plastic structures.  All generously donated. Each tagged with an American flag. Stars and stripes on guard duty.

Backstage Live
S.R. Landon | 05/03/2021

A tense conversation breaks the silence. In a darkened theatre only two people can be heard on stage, but no one is seen. Not Jerry Graham – a part-time observer...

Sleight of Mind
S.R. Landon | 03/02/2021

We are stranded. Lost in time.  Between a future then and a present now.  Limited sensory perception.  No ESP.  Real or imagined. Faces flash by.  Expressions in flux. Memories scrambled.

East to the Sun
S.R. Landon | 12/30/2020

We were arrogant, ignorant, totally unprepared.  Disaster struck hard.  We let it.  Shame on us.  Narcissism, greed and selfishness took over. Fools ruled. Never again. No looking back.

Shattered Lens
S.R. Landon | 11/11/2020

A trail of fresh impressions scar the ash.  Two sets of footprints – one female, one male.  Ginny and I, the only two humans. Not another anywhere. Blood drips from a...

Robotic Dreams
S.R. Landon | 10/20/2020

Cruising through another post-pandemic day.  I stopped counting.  Another 24 marked with measured caution.  Resembles life on another planet.  Or inhabiting an ever-evolving cosmos.

Diplomatic Turns
S.R. Landon | 10/12/2020

To the Europeans' credit, they already envision a change and anticipate the positive impact a November 3rd, Joe Biden presidential victory will have on future U.S. – European Union relations.

Dream Or Illusion
S.R. Landon | 09/25/2020

“Is the American Dream at the expense of the American Negro?” 55 years after James Baldwin’s historic Cambridge address, the issue still remains. We ask: can racism ever become a...