William Metcalfe is back with a tale of technical debunking of spooky paranormal activity

Michael H. Brownstein saws down aged dogs, cricket breath, and ripe persimmons.

This week, Tricia Knoll designs children's experiences. 

Sugar Tobey's got too much information on this assembly line.

Neesie Steinke shares early days of struggle and the real shit.

Welcome to year 10 of WORK and the perennial struggle to find employment with meaning, the dream of matching a job to one's interests, the goal of working with folks who 'get it'. Greg Bigoni is your tour guide to happiness.

It's the end of another year at WORK and this Issue makes the final post of year nine. It's all flashing by like another bad dream and Vincent Bell captures everything in two poems for you. 

Utilizing tech to expedite transitions, heartless corporate masters rule in Peter Crowley's short.

This week is Act Three of Jonathan Ferrini's story in three parts. Twists and turns, broil and rumble. 

Act One brought us into the sound booth and foley stage.

Act Two brought us new opportunities.

 

 

Jonathan Ferrini brings us a story in three parts. Act Two brings us new opportunities.

Act One brought us into the sound booth and foley stage.

 

Jonathan Ferrini brings us a story in three parts. Act One brings us into the sound booth and foley stage.