Sunday Stories: “Deadly Ponies”

Deadly Ponies
by Craig Foltz


Sulphur lacks evidence. It produces huge domes of salt which loom between us. There are reams of the earth’s crust, cut up into triangles and arranged on vintage ceramic plates. We develop a collection of books through a complex system of appropriation, while pink hazy clouds drift by outside the window.

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Inside the work of Quintan Ana Wikswo’s The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far. * * * Dear Friend, First, I received an electronic version of your book. Then a hardcopy version arrived on the doorstep of this far-flung outpost. Then another hardcopy. And then another. They began piling up on my stoop like volcanic ash.

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