Articles and Essays by Gordon Grice

Hunger on the Wing
“The rosebushes took on the riddled look of lace, as though the grasshoppers had tasted the leaves and found them unappealing but serviceable.”
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Secrets of the Siberian Elm
“In a corner of the yard was an amputated limb, as long as I was and thicker than my thigh.”
Bite of the Hobo Spider
“. . . a blistering wound ringed with yellow, like the moon in a halo of smog, often accompanied by headaches and, in rare cases, disturbed thinking.”
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“The small, half-decomposed body came in for autopsy swathed in champagne-colored sheets, the way it had been found in a mound of leaves.”

Paging Dr. Moreau
"On live TV, Kac pushed a thick hollow needle into the flesh of his left leg to insert the chip."



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