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j-marc-schmidt's picture
Apr.05.2014
One two three up the tree knee knee knee in the guts isn't very pleasant mountain rainbow and arrow pointing to doom moody people walking down the street, can you tell me how to get wet Sesame Street silly pilly in the grain and under the bob the whipple pipple pongle-pop over the under down the...
dorothy-nixon's picture
Aug.01.2013
    London, April 2. The Press Association said tonight that Virginia Woolf, noted British novelist, is feared by her family to have been drowned.     The other day I found the movie To the Lighthouse on YouTube and started watching it. It has Rosemary Harris and Kenneth...
dorothy-nixon's picture
Aug.01.2013
    London, April 2. The Press Association said tonight that Virginia Woolf, noted British novelist, is feared by her family to have been drowned.     The other day I found the movie To the Lighthouse on YouTube and started watching it. It has Rosemary Harris and Kenneth...
j-marc-schmidt's picture
Jul.22.2013
Everyone two three Jesus loves pizza on a stick insect batman. Caped crusader enters holy land sea air force one and three men on a boat not two mentioning the dog gone jumped under gun sword dagger lissome pants. When she bow premier number one detective fiction murder in a hotel schmotel with the...
tami-ruth's picture
Apr.10.2012
Over the years I have learned to largely tune out the world around me whenever I can. I have rarely in my adult life watched the evening news, nor read a newspaper. I would listen to NPR. But come 2008, it was all doom and gloom about the same two or three topics; the banking crisis, Iraq, death...
farzana-versey's picture
Apr.07.2012
“I was looking for brown buttons.” “But this blouse not look brown.” “It is – technically it belongs to the brown family.” “See, it is not beige, not khaki, not fawn, not rust, so what is it?” “Brown. That’s how I see it.” “Your seeing is not enough. Did you find buttons to match it?” “No...
lois-henderson's picture
Jun.07.2011
The first twelve stories in Life in the Cathode Ray Glow: Stories about Growing Up in the ’60s and ’70s and Other Fiction by Ray Sikes, though containing elements of the author’s own childhood and teenage perceptions and experiences, are, nevertheless, fictional. With an inherent distrust of...
lynn-henriksen's picture
Apr.10.2011
Conquering Writer’s BlockHello, and welcome once again to The Story Woman blog where the Mother Memoir reigns supreme. What is the one story you will write to convey the essence of your mother’s character and spirit in the way you want her remembered? Let’s just say you have decided on the event or...