Of Sand and Stone
by Taumas Colliver
Vog Bond lives in the rawness of extremes. He refuses to be an enlistee to the madness of North American culture, preferring to feel his fullest outrage. But this story tells of a man whose eyes are too sensitive to withstand the full glare of human suffering. No sooner does his mind comprehend it, than his heart seeks to anesthetize itself through drugs, drink, sex and high speed scenery changes.