Michael Carychao

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Once upon a time there was a long, grey, two-headed worm. It poked out one head in one town and stuck out its other head in the next town over. It let insects march through its fibrous belly, a...

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Strong Toad and Cherufe

Cherufe, a snake-like fusion of rock and magma, slithers out of the Mapuche mythology of south-central Chile, undulates in the bedrock, and triggers volcanic eruptions. His frightful signature is...

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Frog Wild

Crick, crack. Walliput, weeliput. Hickity-honkity, dew, dew, dew. "Bit early, don’t you think?" "No, not really, not what with the rain." In the belly of the swamp, across acres of moor, men lined...

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