Saturday, September 01, 2007

Far Arden: Chapter Eleven

Witness the latest installment of Far Arden, a novel of love and regret in the Canadian arctic.


Read Chapter Eleven.
Start from the beginning.

10 comments:

Brittney Sabo said...

Kevin, this is awesome dude.

Have you patented the deathMRI yet? Also, if shanks wore his glasses into the MRI, wouldn't the metal frames fly off his face and impale him or something? Are the plastic frames? Does a deathMRI not use magnets?

Kevin Cannon said...

haha ... no, Britt -- the deathMRI stands for "death MAGICAL resonance imaging." It runs on hope and wishful thinking, the most powerful force known to man.

You must be thinking of this machine.

Brittney Sabo said...

I stand corrected!

Curtis Square-Briggs said...

The best yet! awesomeness.

Kevin Cannon said...

Thanks, Curtis!

Matt Schuster said...

Those waves! They're like cold, icy fingers waiting to pull you down to the depths.

Maxeem said...

that scientist man is crazy! we already know that memory is reconstructed by the brain from an electro-magnetic cloud connected to the Earth's EM field, like google bringing up search queries. They've found that it's physically impossible for all the memories to be stored simultaneously.

But ignoring important facts is what makes an evil genius evil, I suppose.

Kevin Cannon said...

Truly, it is his ambition that is most frightening.

Donn Ha said...

Max, what the hell are you talking about?

Maxeem said...

read mr. freakonomics second book, the one about happiness and self-delusion