Monthly Archives: May 2015


Last time it was a prompt; this time my impetus was a challenge. My writing buddy Jim & I came up with the idea of trying our hand at a one-sentence essay or story. I thought the breathless form lent itself to this … Continue reading

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Tales of a Teenage Lightweight

I’d never had the urge to delve into my angst-ridden teens for material. I can revisit stupid mistakes & bad decisions, but what’s the point? What felt traumatic at the time has faded to insignificance. Then came a prompt. The subject was compression … Continue reading

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