yellow coal

yellow coal

[′yel·ō ′kōl]
(geology)
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.1 would look under her lashes for him, love's tiny organizer." In "Yellow Coal," the sci-fi hypothesis that fear and anxiety might be harvested as "bile," to be used as an alternative fuel (and an economic kick start) feels both bitter and prescient, and the vivid depiction of "kinetic spite" in broadly drawn crowd scenes is itself a laughing kind of warmth.