Tag Archives: Whure’s Delight

THE BECKONING CALL OF THE PORTRAITS

By Raji Singh  I am James Thaddeus Fiction, the Fifth – a true Fiction. Typhoon tears me from my mother and father on board a sinking ferry near the Lindian coast. A thousand minus one perish. I alone survive. I … Continue reading

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No. 87: THE BECKONING CALL OF THE PORTRAITS

By Raji Singh  I am James Thaddeus Fiction, the Fifth – a true Fiction. Typhoon tears me from my mother and father on board a sinking ferry near the Lindian coast. A thousand minus one perish. I alone survive. I … Continue reading

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No. 26: THE MAGIC OF LUNY MUM: IT IS ALL AROUND US.

by Raji Singh   It’s the 1890’s.  ‘Ol Efraim, he’s a teller of tales and a crier of wolf from way back – a hypochondriac to boot.  He’s on his deathbed, so he claims.  My great grandparents Doc and Shelva … Continue reading

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No. 24: THE LIFE SAVING ELIXIR, So Near, Yet So Far Away

by Raji Singh (editor, archivist, archeo-apologist Fiction House Publishing) The content of this piece – from the writings of Shelva Fiction, my Russian immigrant great grandmother – exist only in fragmented segments.  I discovered them while archiving the Fiction House.  … Continue reading

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No. 23: SHELVA FICTION’S GRAND, BUT WHAT COULD BECOME, DEADLY, AMERICAN ADVENTURE

  by Raji Singh (Writings from the 1880’s of my Russian immigrant great grandmother, Shelva Fiction just a few years after, as she would say “I come Amerika”.) Mine husband, mine sweet druzhyna, Doc Fiction:  So successful is his spieling-on … Continue reading

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No. 22: MADAME RRROSE HEATHER’S WHURE’S DELIGHT AROUSES THE NATION.

by Raji Singh In the late 1800’s, my immigrant Russian great grandmother, Shelva Fiction was barely able to speak English.  She learned it by beginning a journal about her husband, ‘Doc’ Fiction.  His was a life dedicated to folk and … Continue reading

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No. 21: GREAT GRANDMOTHER FICTION WAS A WRITER? WHO KNEW?

by Raji Singh Tucked away in thimbles, squirreled into deep recesses of musty cubbies; used for padding in cracking old button-top shoes:  Buried and forgotten in all these places for over 100 years are bits and pieces of writing by … Continue reading

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