Can We Elaborate? Week Two Reading List

Hello Flames,
Sorry this is almost a day late. Some local lightning knocked our internet out on Sunday night and it wasn’t fully restored when I left for work this morning.

For week two, RicoChey challenged us to explore the choice between brilliance and ignorance or to find inspiration in the synopsis,

“For the ailing patient, intelligence is a miserable burden.”

How brilliant were our writers? Judge for yourself.

Reading List:

Title: none
Author: hwango
Word Count: 637
Warnings: nope.

Title: The Burden of Intelligence
Author: Shane Bell
Word Count: 2130
Warnings: Drug use.


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