All it took was a few baby chicks and a carpeted floor, and soon Jane Ishka, a San Francisco Bay Area homesteader, literally felt her skin crawling. She–and her house, her car, and all of her belongings–had been infested by the red poultry mite, Dermanyssus gallinae. Driven from her home and bed by the biting […]
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N. Jay Young’s “A Ship’s Tale” has been acquired from C&M Online Media and is now available in print and electronic formats from Bitingduck Press and its distributors.
“A Ship’s Tale” is a fast-paced, humorous adventure tale of a motley crew attempting to save a sea-weary sailing ship from being scuttled in the English Channel. […]
Puswhisperer II: Another Year of Pus continues the clinical anecdotes of its predecessor. Newly updated, edited, and illustrated, this book makes the Medscape […]
Puswhisperer, a collection of infectious disease anecdotes, available now. The book was created from a year’s worth of clinical blog posts from the Medscape blog Rubor, Dolor, Calor, Tumor. The posts have been compiled, edited, and revised for a non-specialist audience. The author is Oregon infectious disease physician Mark Crislip, a 30-year veteran of fighting […]
Available Light is now for sale in electronic and print format through all major distributors. One of its stories, “Brother,” has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Congratulations to Phillip!
On Amazon (through the MatchBook program) buy here
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Recently promoted to Rear Admiral, Rupert Buck’s flag flies aloft HMS Trident as his squadron is formed. Captain Sir Gabriel Anthony, England’s latest hero, has been chosen as flag captain. What was to have been a routine mission has suddenly been changed by the Foreign Services Office. American privateers have joined with the French to […]
Finding a dead mouse in the lab is not usually such a big deal. But when the lab is a Biosafety Level-3 containment facility designed to keep things in and out, and when the mouse has a brain tumor that fluoresces under blue light, it’s time to start worrying.
When it’s your graduate student who […]
What woman of a certain age doesn’t sometimes look upon her life and wish she could go back and do it all over again?
With more of her life behind her than ahead, Margaret Braverman, a physicist teaching at a small college, cannot help but regret the things she never quite got right. Most important […]
It’s the War of 1812. The early days of the war are met with one failure after another. General Hull has surrendered an entire army to the British without inflicting a single casualty. After discussing the lack of Army leadership with the Secretary of War, President Madison decides he needs someone to be a mover […]
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