Nasty, Brutish, and Short
Evil Fiction by Patrick M. Tracy

Archive for April 2007

Need, as Associated Social Inertia

April 25, 2007

By Patrick M. Tracy (Some adult language in this one –PMT)   “Life is a system of associations, a system in which one person’s need is impressed upon the next through whatever pressure center is available. It’s sort of like chaos theory math, really. That whole Butterfly Effect woo-ha.” Judith held the gun on Ralph […]

Not a story, just a note

April 17, 2007

Hey, folks. You may analyze my posting pattern for this newborn site, NBNS, and think, “hey, he’s not following his bi-weekly rule at all!  What a punk!”  Before you start thinking that I’m not as good as my word, let me say this:  I always have a big surge of productivity and enthusiasm when I […]

Anything To Get Well

April 17, 2007

By Patrick M. Tracy (Warning: some adult themes in this one. PMT) Lorraine hadn’t felt right since she came back from Mazatlan. Something was a little off, and not jet lag, either. She took her vitamins every morning, drank that awful herbal remedy she bought from the health food store, and even started jogging again, […]