Left for Dead

Short story, offering a bizarre and penetrating insight into the eternal horror that is the Middle East.

Collage of eye operations.
(Artwork by the author, from archive images.)

From an anthropologist’s notes.

We drove on; shuddering about in a battered Pontiac, through mile after mile of sun-scorched rocky desert, along an almost empty highway — a terrible place; the wastes of Northern Israel, no one in his right mind would…

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Artist and writer; artworks, prose and poetry.

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Jakob Zaaiman

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Artist and writer; artworks, prose and poetry.

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