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Read A Morality Tale
by Yaq Cuartz

Featured in issue 29 of

Flash fiction:
"Sam and God"

Poetry:
"Drivel"

"...The Song Itself: A Gnostic Remembrance", excellently composed and written, and highly recommended to readers who want a fiction with a unique slant and for community library literary fiction shelves."

--Buhle, Midwest Book Review

A murder, a missing Gnostic codex, and a city ready to burn… So then
why is everybody sipping coffee, playing music, and chatting
philosophically?  Mr. Cuartz has translated the Coptic, Aramaic, Greek
and Pig Latin of this absurd pseudo-confessional into a lively read.  “The Song Itself” is part murder mystery and part theological farce.  As our paranoid protagonist flees a megalomaniacal linguist across rooftops and through Shanghai tunnels, the songs of the City crescendo into an incestuous and illogical recollection.  And of course there’s a cat golem in there too!  It's like nothing you've ever read.

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