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A Cow Is A Cow-like Animal

  “’Eskimos were invariably described as the happiest people on Earth. Any unhappiness they suffered was not through jealousy; they didn’t have a word for it. They borrowed spouses for convenience and fun — it did not make them unhappy. So who’s looney? Look at this glum world around you, then tell me: Did Mike’s … Continue reading

You Can Take A Boy Out Of The Country But You Can’t Take The Country Out Of A Boy

“Will was convinced that winter semester at Dartmouth was good for only two  indoor activities: studying and playing pool. Well, maybe a third, but in Will’s limited time on campus, he was still working on the third indoor activity.’ It’s no wonder you guys are such good students up here,’ Will was known to say. ‘These winters drive … Continue reading

I Heart Epiphanies

SUMMARY  Collard County is a collection of 5 short stories by Tamara J. Madison. With bold characters set in rich southern tradition and lushly poetic description, each of the tales carries its own unique twist, flirting with the paranormal and metaphysical. Subject matter includes a woman who discovers that she is literally falling apart and … Continue reading

It All Starts With A Blank Canvas

SUMMARY  Painting Pictures features eight stories of discovery, betrayal, and passion. The stories depict the emotional turmoil that results from decisions: a little girl who migrates to Canada on a hot August day is flabbergasted to discover there’s no snow; a graphic designer leaves her husband each morning to meet her lover; an inconsolable heartbreak … Continue reading

Follow You, Follow Me

The body looked like all the others: a female bound at the wrists and ankles, blood-oozing welts criss-crossing her buttocks, crushed larynx; most of all, her palate was pierced with that wickedly shaped fishing hook for controlling her while she endured the unspeakable. Yet, one thing distinguished her from the other corpses: she was thawing … Continue reading

If Eyes Could Eat This Would Taste Oh So Sweet

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. Throw away the trading cards, the Hello Kitty posters, but always, and I mean always stay true to your childhood exuberance and your imagination. … Continue reading

My Blog

The purpose of the Bind, Blotty, and Cajole blog is to catalogue my reviews somewhere and maintain a level of creativity however low it may be. Outside of cooking, dancing, lovemaking and this new channel I essentially ain’t got nadda. I regard reading as an essential element for your mind, body, and soul, hence the … Continue reading

Tongs Get Stuck Up Your Lettuce

Originally posted on Elan Mudrow:
? Dinnerware doesn’t do Breakfast or even lunch What a stuck up clod. Salad forks maybe specialists But, have been known To stray, to poke a few Meat and potatoes. Paper plates are slobs. Butter knives are dull However, some are really twisted. Does china honestly need Its own cabinet?…

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