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I don't know if we should put this at the feet of Pope Francis, but, it is happening  during his watch. Among the historic and literary treasures is a version of The Divine Comedy, illustrated by Botticelli, plus a Greek/Latin copy of The Illiad . [DE] 4 of 4. An illustration...
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Photo: Magazine cover of All Due Respect, where you'll find my review of Stephen King's Joyland.   The good people at With All Due Respect Magazine have published my review of Stephen King's Joyland.  It's available right now at this link, and soon in print as well.   126 pages of...
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Photo: Book's hardcover, from robertbparker.net.    The real title is Robert B. Parker's Damned If You Do, but if you read my reviews, you know how I feel about using a name as part of the title, especially if he's dead, so I won't further go at it here.  But...argh...   And...
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Renaissance is a collection of short stories featuring The Forgotten Well, my Florida Writers' Association award winning story. The collection of four stories is only 99 cents:http://goo.gl/bT8MO One definition of renaissance is renewal of life, vigor, interest, etc.; rebirth; revival....
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Some people celebrate New Year's Day. My big celebration will come some time later, on March 25th of 2013. That's the day my collection of connected short stories will be officially launched.
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This is a taste from a book of mine soon to be out - a collection of connected short stories, with one story woven, chapter by chapter, among the others. This is the first chapter of that woven story. CHAPTER I  Sunday morning had crept in on a throaty wind, softened only by a pure but...
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Just released, MASTERS OF TRUE CRIME: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre, is a true crime anthology edited by bestselling crime writer R. Barri Flowers, featuring seventeen gripping true stories by all stars of the genre, such as Harold Schechter, Katherine Ramsland, Burl Barer, Carol Ann...
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Binocular Vision: New and Selected Stories, by Edith Pearlman   image via fictionwritersreview.com I get where Pearlman gets the name from this collection, but I’ll get to that in a minute. The short story as an art form is more wide open than most readers – and writers ­– realize. Short...
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[This is a continuation of another blog you can read here.  (You'll excuse me if I repeat the disclaimer here.  If you've already read the aforementioned post, you'll know the purpose, so you can just skip to the stories and comments below.)]    photo: cover of the book from...
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A review once described my work as “moving between the registers of the fabulous and the mundane;” as I write, however, I don’t purposely aim to interlace tonalities – I amass, pile, and occasionally flatten as I beat my matter into text. Poetry needs no one new party to lead it into the fraying...