Just in time for Christmas, a new issue of Worcester’s Journal of Fossil Fuel Exploration. Mining coal and punk; the Mu koan; worms; true action tales; the Christmas Dimension; Unitarian Transylvanians; and the New Kids.
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New issue of HP hits Worcester’s coffee shops and libraries today, with a big article on Fruitlands, an account of Joseph Palmer’s beard resistance, “Who Rules Worcester” circa 1970, Louisa May Alcott making fun of her father, foxes, dressing warmly, and a word about Dr. Chege.
The latest Happiness Pony can now be found on the streets and on the sorting table of your favorite neighborhood library. Seadragons, “nasturtiums,” knife ordinances, Sqwincher, Sun Tzu, judgement, Callista Perry on admitting ignorance, Joe Scully on the start of King Philip’s War, and the Snow Ghost himself.