Monthly Archives: June 2018

West With The Night: a review

How do you select reading material? Me, I like to browse titles until I happen on something that catches my eye and attention; it’s especially fun to browse titles in thrift shops where I know I’m going to be paying … Continue reading

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Can you identify this artifact?

I found this clay bottle many years ago, in a little thrift shop in Brooklyn, New York. Over the years I’ve tried to learn about its provenance but so far, I’ve not been able to find any information about it. … Continue reading

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Reconciliation: Part 3

III Theodore watched the SWAT team coming up the hallway; he had heard them stampeding up the stairwell, yelling as they came. As he opened his door to the hallway, he saw his supervisor getting off the elevator; drawn by … Continue reading

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Story and Structure: A Webinar

Last Sunday, I spent a couple of useful hours participating in my first webinar. The event was hosted and moderated by Shelley Souza, who seems to be the editorial voice behind the website at awritersvoice.com. In her invitation to the … Continue reading

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Reconciliation: Part Two

As promised, here’s the second installment of the short story. Reconciliation: Part 2 II For a while, he was content with those feelings but soon the urge to get up and go began to burn fiercely in his heart. Theodore … Continue reading

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