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  • And when it was over, the only things not underneath the ice were the ripped-open trees.

    Kings of Colorado

  • And when it was over, the only things not underneath the ice were the ripped-open trees.

    Kings of Colorado

  • “Sorry, Sam,” I say, reading his name tag and surveying the jumble of empty packages, ripped-open stickers, cellophane, and, of course, the pinkalicious binder.

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • Hands rustled in peeling vinyl backpacks, plastic supermarket bags, and cheap store-brand three-ring binders, a shassh of ripped-open Velcro fasteners as 45 records poked out from snug butterfly folders.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Hands rustled in peeling vinyl backpacks, plastic supermarket bags, and cheap store-brand three-ring binders, a shassh of ripped-open Velcro fasteners as 45 records poked out from snug butterfly folders.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Ice crystals glittered like jewels festooning his ribs, lining the walls of his ripped-open stomach; his lungs looked like two enormous multifaceted diamonds; his frozen viscera shone as brightly as wet marble.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • I hurled myself through a gaping, ripped-open window frame and for those two minutes retrieved the wriggling, convulsing bodies that had been hurled out into space, one after the other, and zipped them up in emergency pressurisation bags.

    Masked

  • Ice crystals glittered like jewels festooning his ribs, lining the walls of his ripped-open stomach; his lungs looked like two enormous multifaceted diamonds; his frozen viscera shone as brightly as wet marble.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • I hurled myself through a gaping, ripped-open window frame and for those two minutes retrieved the wriggling, convulsing bodies that had been hurled out into space, one after the other, and zipped them up in emergency pressurisation bags.

    Masked

  • Hands rustled in peeling vinyl backpacks, plastic supermarket bags, and cheap store-brand three-ring binders, a shassh of ripped-open Velcro fasteners as 45 records poked out from snug butterfly folders.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

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