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Apr 22, 2017

Witness Jesus Christ curse a man by resurrecting him in  "Lazarus, After the Miracle" by Nicholas B. Morris.

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Nicholas B. Morris grew up in Arkansas but fell in love with Colorado. His stories and other assorted writings have been published in The Harpoon ReviewCliteratureConnotation PressDanse Macabre Online, and Nebo. He has published two short story collections, the full-length Tapeworm and the chapbook The Boy in the Well, both with the now sadly defunct Monkey Puzzle Press. (You can buy copies of Tapeworm from him directly on Amazon.) He works in his dream job as Assistant Professor of Humanities at the Community College of Denver and watches endless re-runs of Star Trek with his partner Alyssa Piccinni.

Mr. Morris tweets at @totallynotNickM. 

The tracks behind Mr. Morris’s story were taken from the Free Music Archive. The first track is “Comadreamers I” by Haunted Me from their album Pleasure.  The second track is “Blue Feather” by Kevin MacLeod from his album Classical Sampler. The tracks are being used under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International and Attribution 3.0 Unported Licenses respectively. I cannot thank Free Music Archive, Haunted Me, or Mr. MacLeod  enough for providing such great music free to the masses.

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