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Ticket To Ride, Book 2, Chapter 32: Weight, balance, weighing, balancing, quiet…

    These boys who love their mother who loves men, who passes on her sons to other women; The cloud across the sky. The windy pines. The trickle gurgle in the swampy meadow this is our body. – from … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Book 2, Chapter 15: Eyes alight with the ocean…

Baja is a place (unedited) by Livy Tinsley Baja, deep baja. Mestizos, indios, cactus, joshua trees, river beds trickling, Catholic shrines. Before Europeans there were three tribes, the Cochimi in the north down to Loreto, the Guaycura from Loreto to … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Book 2, Chapter 14: What’s the angle?

Fourteen   “Rame it’s Livy, I got your message. Summer’s nice in Ireland.” “New assignment Liv.” “New, new, new. Yes luv.” “Mexico.” “Mexico?” “Baja California.” “It’s nothing but a wasteland, bloody desert.” “Surfers like it.” “Surfers?” “Yeah, surfers Liv. Editor’s … Continue reading

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Baja 1979, from Ticket to Ride

Intro to an excerpt from Chapter 14 of Ticket to Ride It’s now the spring of 1979 and Livy’s editor has sent her to San Diego to meet with a bunch of surfers for a trip to Cabo San Lucas. … Continue reading

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