Robert Kaye | The Journal of Plausible Deniability
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Video: The Ongoing Inquiry into Items in Lost and Found

Years ago, I noticed that the Lost and Found behind the reception desk kept growing bigger over time. The primary engine of growth appeared to be umbrellas, as we live in a rainy climate with sudden weather, but the box also contained a good many lost souls. The latter are very small and tend to settle at the bottom and languish. They are seldom if ever, reclaimed. In quantity, they do fill up a box. I endeavored to formulate a hypothesis based on relative value to explain the trend.

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Short fiction and images as read at The Breadline, 3/18/2015. Also published in Digging Through the Fat, June 14, 2017.

Video: Steam and Starfish

Steam and Starfish at Ogopogo, 8/23/2015 with original score composed and performed by the brilliant Henry Kaye. Story published in Beecher’s, 2015