Three Liminal Dialogues on Serotonin, Mosby and Luther
This dialogue pamphlet is about three events: one took place 40 years ago, the second 100 years, and the third 500.
In the first dialogue, FAKE News correspondent Molly Role interviews Sarah Tonin about electricity and the 1977 book, The Ion Effect.
In the second dialogue, the spirits Gus Kotka and Johnny Reb discuss Mosby’s Memoirs (1917) and a certain fact regarding Robert E. Lee, Jeb Stuart and Gettysburg.
In the third dialogue, ex-communicant Martin Luther meets with a mediator, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, moments before their meeting with the Pope to settle an argument from the year 1517.
Liminal relates to a transitional or initial stage of a process; something liminal occupies a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.
*Next Up: Sunday 12 November and Thereat part VII, Gus Kotka and Johnny Reb On Our Way Mosby.
Posted by Bryan W. Brickner