Joyce Melton

Cat and Dog

Cat and Dog

by Joyce Melton

The Cat woke up in her tree and took a long stretch before looking around. The sun rose over there and that was right. Birds, delicious birds, flew over there, and that was right. The Dog was sniffing under her tree, and that was wrong.

'poH

'poH
by Joyce Melton

 

I had a weird dream about working on a series of kid's books. They were illustrated and I wish I could draw like that. Some of it looked a lot like Brad Guigar's art on Evil, Inc.

One of the books was about a young owl discovering things. It was called, "Nobody Really Likes Liver."

Here Comes A Bureaucrat

Here Comes A Bureaucrat

 

by Joyce Melton

 

John Cash

 

 

John Cash

 

by J.E. Melton

 

A Waste of Good Brandy

A Waste of Good Brandy

by Joyce Melton

 

I got up because I want to write this down.

The Balladeers

The greatest heroes that never were?

Prometheus Passage -1-

The Comet Prometheus
In 1933 a re-examination of photographic plates taken at the Lowell Observatory in the 20s and early 30s revealed the existence of a large, fast-moving object in the outer Solar System. Moving too fast and in the wrong part of the sky to be a planet, it was considered a comet.

After calculating its sun-grazing orbit, a scientific committee suggested the name Prometheus which is the name that stuck in the public mind when the object began to make the news.

It's still called Comet Prometheus today when its nature is better understood though much disputed. And CP is the symbol used for Prometheus in astronomical references.

Stop Me If You've Heard This One, God

Stop Me If You've Heard This One, God

 
by Joyce Melton

An Irish Tale

A beerly true story

An Irish Tale

Five Too Many

When should you stop? When you've got...

Five Too Many 

by Joyce Melton

 

License to Deadpan

A nearly empty nightclub, a tall, skinny man with no expression at all stands in a pool of light....

License to Deadpan

by Joyce Melton 

 

Kissing the Rat

Kissing the Rat

by Joyce Melton

Sing Ho! For the Balladeers!

 

Sing Ho! For the Balladeers!

by Joyce Melton

The Balladeers -1- The Cock-and-Fish

If the King's Own Swords get out of this one it might take a minor miracle.
 

The Balladeers

by Joyce Melton 
 
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