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The one thing I love most about playing with the short form of fiction is the ability to play a thousand different ways.  I love long form as well, but I think that the short form is so freeing. 

Just so long as my mother doesn’t read it…

Check out a story that your mother wouldn’t like, “Draw the Line ‘Tween” published by Mad Swirl, located at: http://madswirl.com/content/stories/Draw_the_Line_Tween.html.

night,

dawn

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If the last story was about death in the service of life, this one is about life preceding death.  Life, saving us from death.  Life, being soooo precious that you just can’t help but cry, and take it away from others, like it’s nothing but a lollipop that brings sadness.  Check out my short story “Population Explosion” on Menacing Hedge at: http://www.menacinghedge.com/fall2013/entry-wilson.php.

night,

dawn

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What is one out-of-the-box outrageous out-there thing that could make your life just so much easier?  Not talking materially, of course.  Talking about that secret inner desire to do something… which is perceived as crazy… but which haunts you until in your head and your heart, you go ahead and live it out–or in reality.  Reality could use a few more Whoa! moments where we take back out lives and stop letting Life interfere.

Check out my new short story, “Nothing More Precious” on Artocratic’s website: http://www.artocratic.com/fiction_poetry/1309_precious.html

And then tell me how many dead bodies you have kissed in your life, just to make sure they were really dead.

night,

dawn

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