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The Seven Sorrows part 3

Posted on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

(Apologies in advance, this is a longer update than the others. Worth it though!) You might be wondering, of course, how a child as young as I was…young as I am…could be permitted to spend such an unhealthy amount of time amongst such characters as the Sorrows. It isn’t so hard—the typical working family provides [...]

The Seven Sorrows part 2

Posted on Monday, August 23rd, 2010

For three long years, the seven were my constant company. To be without any one of them became a torture. Emotions became threatening, save for the cool, relaxing embrace of glorious misery. Our world was so different from the one that you know. Reality was bland. Our world was a poem, rich in meaning, in [...]

The Seven Sorrows, part 1

Posted on Thursday, August 19th, 2010

Seven Sorrows By Iain McLellan Woessner I am the youngest person ever to be sent to Death Row. My name is August. August Carmichael, and I have been convicted of the murder of ten people. My sentence, severe as it is, is justified in the minds of the courts due to the horrifying, brutal, and [...]


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