Below is a chapter from a story I’ve been writing. It’s in the Southern Gothic genre. Most people are familiar with the genre as “the grotesque.” The characters are typically flawed. 1,037 more words
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“The novelist with Christian concerns will find in modern life distortions which are repugnant to him, and his problem will be to make these appear as distortions to an audience which is used to seeing them as natural; and he may well be forced to take ever more violent means to get his vision across to this hostile audience.
Sharing some fun facts about myself and a few author friends. And, we all have questions for readers…
End of Lonely Street – A Vintage Romance Short Story from The Wild Rose Press – $1.99… 1,515 more words
A satire of the Southern potboiler in the form of a beauty pageant, The Miss Firecracker Contest was first performed at a tiny LA theatre in 1980. 307 more words