The Soupster learns that some dreams have gray linings.Read More
The Soupster gauges his tolerance for surprise.Read More
A dreaming Soupster is egg-faced.Read More
The Soupster hears about a “super weird” night.Read More
“Nochoy gorshok!”* the Soupster heard a man’s excited voice on the other side of the stout door saying. “Pazhalusta!”** Then came short, sharp knocks.
The Soupster looked around in a panic. Where was he?Read More
(Originally published March 22, 2007) “Two hundred and forty-seven eggs, wreck `em,’” the waitress called to the short-order cook in the Soupster’s dream about Spring. In his dream about Spring, the Soupster sat at a breakfast counter that hadn’t existed in Our Town for years. Two large dark-haired men sat on either side of him.…Read More