(Frank Lloyd Wright’s Massaro House)
A very short piece of mine in Issue 7 of Cobalt. An actual, working riddle in fiction form. Here’s one of the clues:
The multi-story Igloo defies sun and dust, keeps perfect, computer-controlled temperatures in its rooms and halls. To the west of this, an Apartment was airlifted from whatever downtown high-rise it was wrenched from. Propped here crumbly-walled on stilts, exited out the bottom as in tree forts. The owner of the Igloo watched it dangle from a long tether behind a helicopter. A bug-eyed maniac waving it down and bricks falling from the compromised walls like grains of sand.