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Chapter 4 - Urban Living

Idressed down for my visit to Vernon’s base near the docks. My oldest coat, a battered wide brimmed hat, a moth eaten checked scarf, a long knife in my outside coat pocket. 2,345 more words

And so it begins...again

I spent all week thinking that I needed to write a blog to post this Friday (today). Well, here I am, and I’ve not done one thing about that. 3,019 more words

Fiction

Best New Fiction 2020: "The Decameron Project - The New York Times Magazine"

AS THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC SWEPT THE WORLD, WE ASKED 29 AUTHORS TO WRITE NEW SHORT STORIES INSPIRED BY THE MOMENT. WE WERE INSPIRED BY GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO’S “THE DECAMERON,” WRITTEN AS THE PLAGUE RAVAGED FLORENCE IN THE 14TH CENTURY.  8 more words

Arts & Literature

The Sublime

Art by Rafael Oliva

There was an almost painful quality to their beauty, which she found all the more surreal up close, with color that burst and appeared to run liquid. 420 more words

Literature

** New Waves by Kevin Nguyen

There are many interesting and well-observed themes in New Waves, and in particularly the special craziness of technology startups. The first-time, young CEO of the startup where the heroes work is captured perfectly in his obsession with the business, his limited social skills, and his hurried and botched technical moves. 48 more words

New Fiction

** When Will There Be Good News by Kate Atkinson

When Will There Be Good News investigates a missing-person case that has ties to a long-ago family massacre so it’s not entirely surprising that it contains an avalanche of corpses, too many for my taste. 11 more words

New Fiction

Random Picture Story

This was something I was playing on facebook. I had my friends send me a random picture of anything and I wrote a bit of a story because of them. 1,379 more words

Fiction