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Friday, February 11, 2011

RoM02-9: "Percocet and Pudding"

Jelly is in ninth, and the ninth (and final) Muse is in the river.


"Percocet and Pudding" is part TEN of your overall entry. If you need to check the rules for February again, click the following: 2nd Annual "River of Mnemosyne" Challenge.

The Muses so far:
  • Muse 0: "Chapter One"
  • Muse 1: "Deep Sleep, Deep Space, Deep Shit"
  • Muse 2: "Reluctant Titans"
  • Muse 3: "Fuck Origami"
  • Muse 4: "En Plein Air"
  • Muse 5: "The Faint Trace of Ambergris"
  • Muse 6: "A Space Iliad"
  • Muse 7: "Threepenny Bet"
  • Muse 8: "You Gotta Be Careful What You Wish For Here"
  • Muse 9: "Percocet and Pudding"


  1. Haha might have to change the 'brand' name but works for me!

  2. And that, as they say, is a wrap.

    Sort of.

  3. Thank you Jelly! This is perfect for what I've been planning for the end of mine!

  4. What day does our last Muse have to be submitted by? I saw that voting begins the 22nd, but still missed the date all entries must be in by.

  5. It is done. . possibly one of the most taxing writing exercises I've tried but what a ride!

  6. nice, yeah what day do we have to be done by? got a crap load of reading to do between here and there...

    suggestion....take it or leave it...can we get links broken down in order by participant so we could read straight through...if its a pain in the ass forget it did not know if there was an app for that...

  7. Brian the 21st is the last day to post. Too hard to muck about with the Mr Linky Widget. Put links on your posts in the order they are to be read. I know a few who have already done this so if you want, you can go from start to finish.

  8. Don't know why, but the link widget is reading left to right in rows instead of top-down in columns (we're not the only place who's having this issue), so we're going to temporarily switch to a one-column link display.