As my first foray into more experimental fiction, “ACME” comes across as a surreal journey through parallel worlds. Intending to be a freeform, explorative piece on the nature of reality and philosophy of existence, you will nonetheless discover an intricate and woven tale of woe and waste – along with the hopes and optimism that can rise from spent ashes.
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Petey stood perspiring, rubbing his porky and ill-defined pinkies together in angst, fearful but energized. Let’s proceed to paint this picture with all the full wonder and respect it commands, for the room in which Petey shook – not entirely out of disturbance, but more anticipation – was so unlike any enclosed space you have ever entered. … [continue reading]