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Short Fiction Fridays: The Lost

Only one story this week, as events have left me feeling so lost; I went about ten days without being able to focus on a blessed word of fiction. 105 more words

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The Dialogue

by Russell T. Wright

   “Socrates,” Phaedus said.  “Where you headed, dog?”

    “I likes to get outside the city every once in a while,” Socrates responded.  “Cross the bridge into Kentucky.   4,463 more words

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The Candidate

 by Russell T. Wright


    If I had any proof at all I’d be writing an article, probably a Pulitzer Prize winner, instead of this story.  But I’ve got to write something, the soul has its needs, so here it is. 3,002 more words

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Angel Unaware

by Russell T. Wright

         “The key to interpersonal relationships is never allowing any space to come between you and the other person.  This is especially true when it comes to your family.” 4,025 more words

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La Santa Messa

by Russell T. Wright

    “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”

    The priest crossed himself, as did his audience of one. 1,902 more words

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Mindscapes audiobook available as of today on Audible

My book of short stories, Mindscapes: Ten Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories, is available starting today on Audible. For a preview and sample audio clip you can click on the book’s cover above or… 84 more words

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The Lynching of Dobie Wright

by Russell T. Wright

 

           He was sitting on his front porch when I went up to introduce myself.  I didn’t really know him yet because I was new to the town. 4,150 more words

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