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Wed March 20, 2013
Howard Hendrix's “Last Memory of Oblivion” on Valley Writers Read
This week on Valley Writers Read, we hear a story by Shaver Lake writer Howard Hendrix titled “Last Memory of Oblivion.” In this science fiction story, a couple of super computer geniuses, Paul and Nene, have been hired by a giant company to stop all “God spam.” Religious leaders protest vigorously, but that doesn't stop them.
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