The worm within Tuesday April 28, 2009, 2 comments

The Worm Within

For some, everything that occurs at the toilet bowl requires denying. After voiding their bowels, the scamper to a corner, kneel and pray. Then there’s the type that actually bends down to study the stuff like tea leaves. Then there’s me.”

From Fray comes a well crafted and illustrated story that absolutely made my day. I want more of this on the ‘net.

Be sure to read The Worm Within, written by Vincent Eton and illsutrated by Chris Bishop.


Comments

Daniel Black Tuesday April 28, 2009


Oops. “…and illsutrated…” => “…and illustrated….” +)

I read almost all of the first incarnation of Fray. The staccato, yet rich style combined with the stories themselves moved me, frequently. I haven’t followed the new version very much, but I might just. I’m of a mind for some enrichment.

Adrian Wednesday April 29, 2009


I’ve been too lax in my enjoyment reading online. It’s way to easy to get caught up in political punditry and swine ‘flu scares and the vapid twitterisms I see out there.

I’d never really been to Fray before, I sure am glad I found it.

And typo fixed, btw. Must have been the editor’s day off. :)

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