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A Tale Of Two Percies

Spoiler Alert: Do not read this post if you plan to read Baroness Orczy’s novel The Scarlet Pimpernel. Notice that “read” is emphasized here, for this article will spoil little of consequence should you choose to watch the well-known 1934 and 1950 and 1982 movie adaptations of the novel, their endings capturing the essence, yet not the true details, of the original story. 964 more words

Jews And Literature

New Story!

Hello again, all!

Wow, this is new. I’ve had a few updates recently informing me that I might actually have an audience–I get to address you all as such, even if you don’t pay too much attention. 61 more words

New Story

"Perhaps he was writing my story"

“Perhaps he was writing my story, as I wrote his; perhaps, with the comfortable life I had given him, he longed to lose himself in uncomfortable escapades of this sort. 218 more words

Truth

Translations

Aliette de Bodard recently posted on her blog that she’s willing to occasionally translate quality short stories into English, after Benjamin Rosenbaum made a similar offer. 124 more words

Craft Of Writing

An Interview with Benjamin Rosenbaum

Benjamin Rosenbaum is the author of The Ant King and Other Stories. His stories have been published in Nature, Harper’s, F&SF, … 2,825 more words

Writers On Writing

How to Find a Story's Tone

Some stories have been told countless times. Yet, as writers, we often feel compelled to take another crack at them. So how do we make our stories different? 871 more words

Creative Writing Prompts

Stories I have liked

Well the year is marching on, and as usual the January-March reading started slowly. But I have nevertheless come across a few stories that I would recommend: 83 more words