Fiction House Residents

James Thaddeus  “Blackjack” Fiction: Founder of Fiction House Publishing,  Cincinnati-Manhattan-Lindia City, and inventor of what P.T. Barnum is credited as calling, ‘By Far The Most Popular Sport of the 19th Century,’ the now-banned sport of Cat Boxing.

Raji Singh:  Foundling, Archeo-apologist.  The Great-great grandson of James Thaddeus “Blackjack” Fiction.  He is resurrecting the grand Fiction House Publishing Company which was in existence for over a century.  Inspiration for ‘Singhing Syndrome’,  studied by The Singh Institute for Foundling Awareness. (See “We are the Foundlings“)

Laza BonesThibidioux: half-man-half gator: nemesis of both Raji and Blackjack as boys.

William “Golden Boy” Golden:  Notoriously eccentric adventurer, freedom-fighter, prolific scribe.  “William” often used his “Willamina” persona to go undercover to land a story.

Prick Lily:  philosophizing desert cactus sage.

Charles Darwin: The scientist during the period of his writing his lost manuscript The Beagle Has Landed.

Madame Rrrose Heather:  an Irish Scherazade.  Author of Whure’s Delight: Recipes for the Boudoir.

Captain Polly:  a congenial parrot enslaved by megalomaniac sea Capt’n.

Poppy Sol, Luny Mum:  the only constants in a foundling’s life.

Carper:  The loving nickname Mariner granted the foundling, the young James Thaddeus Blackjack Fiction.

Mariner;  The salty protectorate of Carper, the young James Thaddeus Fiction

Turt: a giant land-sea creature, the last of his tribe of Jericho Island creatures.

Sheralee: A renowned Abolitionist Carrier Pigeon.  Awarded the highest meritorious aerial honor by the Union Forces, ‘Couere de Avion’.

Puss ‘N Gloves:  First and foremost of the cat boxers.  Two of his three gloved,   posing posters are known to exist.  Hoped for third:  whereabouts a puzzle; is considered the “Holy Grail” of the Cat Boxing collectibles.  Estimated value if found, in even fair condition – TWO MILLION DOLLARS.

Mama Lucy–  Bayou healer.  Her elixirs and potions are the basis for the second generation of Fictions (“Doc” Fiction) late 1800’s patent medicines.

© Raji Sing 2012

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