Monthly Archives: August 2008

New fiction on Guernica

The Memoirs and Prison Journal of Horace W. Redpole, 1793-1794 by Paul Gregory Himmelein Grandmother was sprawled upon the couch in a heap of black crinoline; her shockingly white legs were raised in the air. Mr. Sparrow supported himself in … Continue reading

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New fiction on Guernica

After Lilly by Douglas Light August 2008 – Philip strolled, a coffee and newspaper in hand, and the smog from a Chardonequila hangover—Chardonnay-tequila shooters followed with a splash of Tabasco sauce—clattering about his head. Plastic Jade by Laura McCullough July … Continue reading

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The sweeties at Sweee_ _t magazine will be publishing a story of mine soon. It’s the most upbeat thing I’ve ever written. That alone makes the piece a rarity.

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