The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Five

Story Summary:  Ryder, Keesha and Deacon, three lifelong friends, now in their teens have been named the leader-futures for Interregnum City, the first city to decolonize itself from the script of corporate enslavement. The city has gone “off-script.” They, along with their friends and families take the reader into a hopeful landscape of what mightContinue reading “The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Five”

The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Four

Chapter Four Was going off script the right thing for our community? What is the future of decolonized zones? Those were the questions scribbled in faded green marker on the white board in front of the basement-level reading room in the public library. Ryder sighed. He recognized the familiar handwriting, and understood from it thatContinue reading “The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Four”

The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Three

Chapter Three Keesha hand shook causing the blue paint to zig zag uncontrollably across the cement canvas. “Crap!” she shouted. The near-perfect replica of the blue sky, white clouds, brown and green trees, and cityscape was now interrupted by a thick solid blue stipe that crashed through the scene like a lightning bolt. Keesha andContinue reading “The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Three”

The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Two

  CHAPTER TWO The phone on the wall had rung four times already. “Get the damn phone!” Deacon shouted from behind the counter. “Don’t you cuss in my shop, young man!” his mother called from the kitchen. “Yes’m. Sorry, mom,” Deacon called back. He was sorry, even if his voice didn’t sound convincing. He wasContinue reading “The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Two”

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