ONCE UPON AN END: A SHORT STORY OF TRUTH AND TALE-TELLING
By Dominic de Souza, July 30, 2016
Word Count: 1546
Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) 1,568 more words
THE BATTLE OF TURS
By Amanda Pizzolatto (Aurora Mandeville), August 11, 2015
Summary: A fantasy re-imagining of Joan of Arc.
Jeanne di Arch was the daughter of the mayor of Turs and was called on to do many things, but what King Yeshua asked her to do was the strangest request by far. 1,179 more words
Part II: Licenses & Contrabands
The new standards for the almost-universally beloved Nationwide System of Libraries took several weeks to revise and complete.
Two months after Congressman Bookworm had the Bad Idea, things were going very smoothly for the NSL, which had become a widely publicized and popular program. 851 more words
Part I: The Bad Idea & the Dunce
Note: All characters are fictional and bear no resemblance to anyone living or dead.
One Saturday a noted politician had one of those Bad Ideas which frequently plague the Washington swamp-dwelling establishment. 2,704 more words