The Collapse

The Collapse is an ongoing fiction series of one man's letters on observing the beginnings of the unraveling of society:

On Writing The Collapse

The Collapse:  A Visitor

The Collapse Letter I: The Beginning

The Collapse Letter II:  Selling

The Collapse Letter III:  Living

The Collapse Letter IV:  Moving

The Collapse Letter V:  Almost Summer

The Collapse Letter VI:  On Others

The Collapse Letter VII:  Church

The Collapse Letter VIII:  Small Town Living

The Collapse Letter IX:  Taxes

The Collapse Letter X:   Power

The Collapse Letter XII:Trash

The Collapse Letter XIII:  July 4th

The Collapse Letter XVI:  Shopping

The Collapse Letter XV:  High Summer

The Collapse Letter XVI:  Refugees

The Collapse Letter XVII:  Vacation

The Collapse Letter XVIII:  Postal Service

The Collapse Letter XIX:  Family

The Collapse Letter XX:  Last Shopping Day

The Collapse Letter XXI:  Remodeling

The Collapse Letter XXII:  A Quiet Waiting

The Collapse Letter XXIII:  High Dudgeon Summer

The Collapse Letter XXIV:  Books

The Collapse Letter XXV:  Failing Commerce

The Collapse Letter XXVI:  From Lucilius

The Collapse Letter XXVII:  No More Shopping

The Collapse Letter XXVIII:  Silence And Darkness

The Collapse Letter XXIX:  An Unexpected Holiday

The Collapse Letter XXX:  Honey Harvest

The Collapse Letter XXXI:  General Autumn Preparations

The Collapse Letter XXXII:  A Slight Interruption of Power

The Collapse Letter XXXIII:  Rushing Towards Winter

The Collapse Letter XXXIV:  On Hope

The Collapse Letter XXXV:  Of Cold And Meetings

The Collapse Letter XXXVI:  Loss Of A Truck

The Collapse Letter XXXVII:  Ponderings

The Collapse Letter XXXVIII:  Winter And Work

The Collapse Letter XXXIX:  Silence

The Collapse Letter XL:  Death

The Collapse Letter XLI:  Books:  A Reconsideration

The Collapse Letter XLII:  An Opinion Piece

The Collapse XLIII:  Promoting The End

The Collapse XLIII: Ordinary

The Collapse XLIV:  Luther And Cassandra

The Collapse XLV:  Of Quail And Darkness

The Collapse XLVI:  On Boredom

The Collapse XLVII:  On Being Alone

The Collapse XLVII:  Cold And Just Cold 

The Collapse XIL:  Thanksgiving

The Collapse L:  The Coming of December

The Collapse LI:  The Outside World

The Collapse LII:  Seasons

The Collapse LIII:  Economics Of A Collapse

The Collapse: LIV:  Decorations

The Collapse LV:  Unchanged

The Collapse LVI: Winter Calm

The Collapse LVII: Christmas

The Collapse LVIII:  Boxing Day

The Collapse LIX:  New Year

The Collapse LX:  New Year's Plans

The Collapse LXI: Of Rumors And Coffee

The Collapse LXII:  Yellow And Red

The Collapse LXIII: Inventory

The Collapse LXIV: Winter's Light

The Collapse LXV: Health

The Collapse LXVI:  Silence

The Collapse LXVII:  Active Silence

The Collapse LXVIII:  Of Love And Valentines

The Collapse LXIX: Patriots

The Collapse LXX:  Bodies

The Collapse LXXI: Fear

The Collapse LXXII:  Yellow And Red

The Collapse LXXIII: Needle And Thread

The Collapse LXXIV:  Radio

The Collapse LXXV: Memories Of The Dead

The Collapse LXXVI:  Heritage

The Collapse LXXVII:  Spring Equinox

The Collapse LXXVIII:  Daylight

The Collapse: LXXIX:   Sorrow

The Collapse LXXX:  Firearms

The Collapse LXXXI:  The Day Of Fools

The Collapse LXXXII:  Bees And Dinner

The Collapse LXXXIII:  Palm Sunday And A Brunch

The Collapse LXXXIV:  Supply Chains

The Collapse LXXXV:  The Last Analgesic

The Collapse LXXXVI:  Easter

The Collapse LXXXVII:  Book Club

The Collapse LXXXVIII:  Sabbath

The Collapse LXXXIX:  A Haircut

The Collapse LXXXX:  Spring Beekeeping

The Collapse LXXXXI:  One Year On

The Collapse LXXXXII:  The Worth of Things

The Collapse LXXXXIII:  Regrets

The Collapse LXXXXIV:  Warm And Cold

The Collapse LXXXXV:  Moon, Water, Grass

The Collapse LXXXXVI:  Cameo Appearance

The Collapse LXXXXVII:  Waiting

The Collapse LXXXXVIII:  Market Day

The Collapse LXXXXVIIII:  Far And Away

The Collapse C:  De Ira

The Collapse CI: Planting

The Collapse CII:  Schedules And Time

The Collapse CIII: Surfaces

The Collapse CIV:  Footwear

The Collapse CV:  Tourism

The Collapse CVI:  Giving Advice

The Collapse CVII:  Dinner Date

The Collapse CVIII:  Troubling News

The Collapse CIX: Sighting

The Collapse CX:  Of Civil Wars And History

The Collapse CXI:  Weather

The Collapse CXII:  Young Xerxes

The Collapse CXIII:  Wondering If And Why

The Collapse CXIV:   Hard And Soft

The Collapse CXV:   Soul And Efficiency

The Collapse CXVI:  An Offer

The Collapse CXVII:  Wedding Day

The Collapse CXVIII: Departure

The Collapse CXIX:  Statiera

The Collapse CXX:  Return

The Collapse CXXI:  Return (The Second Entry)

On Writing and Return (The Second Entry)

The Collapse CXXII:  Driving

The Collapse CXXIII:  Roads

The Collapse CXXIV:  Waiting

The Collapse CXXV:  More Waiting

The Collapse  CXXVI:  The Plan

The Collapse CXXVII:  Moonlight

The Collapse CXXVIII: Streambed

The Collapse CXXXIX:  Keeping Watch

The Collapse CXXX:  Battle

The Collapse CXXXI:  Aftermath

The Collapse CXXXII:  Sorting

The Collapse CXXXIII:  Packing Up

The Collapse CXXXIV:  Homegoing

The Collapse CXXXV:  Ruminations








4 comments:

  1. Thank you for what you write.
    I just finished "Decorations" and am waiting for the newest installment.
    Hoping the lights stay on to read it.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind compliment Just So!

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  2. WOW !
    This is powerful writing, TB.

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    1. Thank you Chuck. Grateful you enjoyed it.

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