Gumballs by Michelle Foster (Inspired by Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

  Hills like White Elephants is a short story by Ernest Hemingway, first published in 1927.  It details a seemingly simple conversation between an American man and a woman, taking a drink at a quiet rail station near the great Ebro river in Spain.  As they wait for a train to Madrid, their conversation reveals … More Gumballs by Michelle Foster (Inspired by Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt2 by Michelle Foster

Part Two I was aware of a presence as I awoke.  A comforting atmosphere that reminded me of my mother. The smell of soap and water.  Freshly laundered cotton.  I was far too comfortable to be in my bunk at the dorm.  I opened my eyes slowly, not wanting the illusion to disappear.  My eyes … More Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt2 by Michelle Foster

Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt 1 by Michelle Foster

  How Soon is Now? ‘…the essential significance of a pea is not, that I know, greatly affected by the fact that it lies in a row of similar peas. But each swing of the pendulum owes the extent of its movement to the previous swing.’ John William Dunne, An Experiment with Time     … More Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt 1 by Michelle Foster

J.W. Dunne: dreaming the future

John William Dunne (1875-1949) was an Irish engineer and airplane designer who, in 1927, posited a theory that dreams are precognitive.  This theory came of personal study and of gathering of accounts from others.  He published his findings in An Experiment in Time (1927). https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/352047.An_Experiment_with_Time https://dunnefuture.wordpress.com/ Dunne and his influence are the subjects of a … More J.W. Dunne: dreaming the future