Collected texts by other people that I want to keep around for easy access.


The kid bombastic waxes lyrical about the heroic and restless vagabonds.

"According to hierarchical thinking, oppression through the imposition of justice and punishment is necessary to achieve a semblance of peace and good order. Yet peace and good order cannot exist in an oppressive state."


While this can certainly be read at face value as an anti-technology fable, I think it's deeper than that. Uncanny technological predictions for it's publication year.

An inventor thoughtlessly throws a box of futuristic toys back in time to 1942. I spent years as a child wishing I had these toys myself.

An intergalactic war with aliens stretches over eons and becomes itself alien. Call this a short novella based on the lenght.

A slick thief dodges robot police in a too-clean future.

Solitude by Ursula K Le Guin

Paulie's Peepholes