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Geese Police

Win trembles with anticipation when her chauffeur opens the door of her crate. The petite black-and-white border collie knows she has work to do. Win bounds out, searching for her unconventional Continue reading

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Vanilla Sound

Richard Keil stands ankle-deep in the tidal flats below Seattle’s Magnolia Bluff, tugging some test strips from his backpack. The bluff rises gently behind him, and the rippled sand is slowly Continue reading

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When Plants Tweet

It’s said that talking to your plants may help them grow, but what if those plants started responding? Would they demand human blood, as the carnivorous and vocal Audrey II did Continue reading

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Sacred & Mundane

March/April 2009 Sacred & Mundane articles include: “Fuzzy Forensics,” by Laural A. Neme “Spy Flies,” by Kathleen Yale “From Wall Street to Green Street,” by Ginger Strand “Requiem for a Drowning Continue reading