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B. Morris Allen

B. Morris Allen writes speculative stories of love and disaster.

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B. Morris Allen is a biochemist turned activist turned lawyer turned foreign aid consultant, and frequently wonders whether it's time for a new career. He's been traveling since birth, and has lived on five of seven continents. When he can, he makes his home on the Oregon coast. In between journeys, he edits Metaphorosis magazine, and works on his own speculative stories of love and disaster. His dark fantasy novel Susurrus came out in 2017.

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Palimpsest

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 0 words (0 minutes) · 10 views

Fantasy

Change is for the better. Isn't it?

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I love the film simulations on Fujifilm cameras. (This is Velvia). And I might have just found a new favorite lens. .

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Parabolic

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 1,432 words (6 minutes) · 41 views

Humor Science Fiction

One man, one cave, an audience.

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Deep in Cueva de los Verdes

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One Fine Day in Asgard

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 1,308 words (5 minutes) · 76 views

Fantasy mythology Norse

What the gods do before twilight

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At Stake

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 1,382 words (6 minutes) · 66 views

Fantasy Romance

Condemned as a witch, a woman searches for one last sign of love.

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Fire

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All's Fair

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 656 words (3 minutes) · 31 views

Fantasy

On the day before the last battle, the old powers rally for a final effort.

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Sat outside on a cold winter’s night, we lit a firepit. The warm glow and dramatic lighting motivated me to take a few shots like these, even if it meant lying on the stone floor.

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Metaphorosis

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 2,582 words (10 minutes) · 73 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction

Never change, sweetheart. Not into that.

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I prefer not to use sprays in my garden, and rather let nature take its course. I was having trouble with grasshoppers eating some of my plants. Not anymore!

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House of Hope

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 2,513 words (10 minutes) · 60 views

Fantasy

Stone and timber make a house, and much, much more.

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This is the Rochebrune Castle, in Cantal France. This is a medieval strong castle restored in the seventies. I woke up early to shoot it in the morning light. I love the way it seems lost in the forest, impregnable. I gave this photo to the kind family that takes care of the castle and gave me a nice visit, they where so excited to know a photograph was interested in their castle.

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Coup de Tart

Published Feb 24, 2019 · 1,763 words (7 minutes) · 106 views

Fantasy Humor

The true story of the Knave of Hearts

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Market Bakes

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Start With Stones

Published Dec 1, 2018 · 3,286 words (12 minutes) · 2 likes · 186 views

Fantasy Romance

If you looking for magic under rock, you might find something you don't expect.

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Countryside Scene