Some spoilers. Tarell Alvin McCraney, a successful playwright known for his Brother/Sister trilogy of plays, wrote In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue in drama school. It was not published or produced, and there are no copies available to the public. People who have read it describe it as an emotional work that relies on sensory … Continue reading A Conversation, A Climax: The Clashing Worlds of Moonlight
Address to the Board of Naval Research Dr. [Name Withheld.] Recovered From the Transcription by Mrs. [Name withheld.] [Undated.] Investigator’s Note: This is the last of the documents salvaged from the Institute. By the time we had made it to the stenographer’s office, she had had advance warning and was attempting to burn all … Continue reading Exhibit 34b
It was starting to go gray. Its skin sat in wrinkled folds as it floated in the life-sustaining chemical mixture, the mixture that kept the heart beating, the muscles fresh, the blood flowing, the organs functioning. But while this technology could keep the body alive, it couldn’t keep it looking as good as it had … Continue reading Death and Italian Subs
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