Tag Archives: Aya Katz

I’d Rather Be Free — A Song from THE DEBT COLLECTOR

Not everyone would rather be free. Even if most of us think we would like to be free, very few of us would be willing to pay the ultimate price for our liberty. Not everyone prefers death to loss of … Continue reading

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The Debt Collector: Three Songs for Blood

Blood  Samosude is the title character in the libertarian musical,  The Debt Collector. Blood not only makes his living  collecting debts, he is also  a true believer in the sanctity of contracts. Like a priest of justice, Blood single-handedly fights … Continue reading

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Book Toy Combo as Christmas Gifts

Book Toy Combo as Christmas Gifts [Updated from November 27, 2010 version. First published on Hubpages.] When I was a little girl, I received a lot of presents from family and friends of my parents. All the presents were good, … Continue reading

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Songs From the Debt Collector, A Libertarian Musical

Nobody in The Debt Collector is a saint, but nobody is irredeemable. Take Lottie Lark, the welfare mother. When one of her children shoplifts, Lottie reprimands the child and explains that it is not necessary to steal, because the law already provides them with everything they need at other people’s expense. The Larks are law abiding people. Continue reading

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The Corporate Entity

[This was first published on Hubpages and later de-indexed.] This is a chapter from a novel that I completed writing in 1983 and self-published in 1985. Was it a good novel? I’m certainly not in the best position to judge. … Continue reading

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What is Immortality and How Can I Get Some?

What is Immortality and How Can I Get Some? NOTE: This article was first published on Hubpages on September 16, 2010 but has since been deindexed. “The living know that they will die; and the dead  know nothing at all, … Continue reading

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Two Songs for Mrs. Hauser

Helga Hauser is an immigrant. In the old country, she was a nurse. But she can’t work as a nurse in the United States, because she does not have the government certification. She and her husband brought all their savings … Continue reading

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Three Songs for Siren

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Some people, like Siren the Social Worker, are as elusive and attractive and maddening as butterflies. They flit around leaving havoc in their wake, totally unaware of their part in the damage. We all know people like that: bubbly, full … Continue reading

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Is It For Children?

As an author, and also as a reader, I have a problem with genre in general. My books do not fit squarely into any given genre, because basically they are all about the same thing: my view of life. It … Continue reading

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