Revolutionary Brain

Here’s another text from my latest collection, Death in Texas (which is looking for a publisher, by the way). It’s called “Revolutionary Brain.” Here is an excerpt:

The Red Army Faction cell block had been touted as the most secure prison block in the world; the press was filled with anecdotes of lawyers questioned and searched for an hour or more before being admitted to visit their clients. So when it was announced that Baader and Raspe had shot themselves with guns smuggled into their cells, it was cynically assumed that the authorities assassinated them, as well as Ensslin and possibly Meinhof the year before.

Be sure to read “After the Revolution” after Revolutionary Brain.

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