The two main questions people tend to ask about the annual Pasatiempo writing contest are, “What are the prizes?” and “Who are the judges?”
Jimmy, Chucky, and I became stranded in the desert 20 miles east of town. We had drinking water and the rabbit that Jimmy had snared. We needed to have a fair way of s…
She brashly confronts me on a busy crosswalk with gloomy memories falling from her tongue, and she’s maybe seventy or eighty years old — hard to tell.
The further in time we are removed from certain events, the more significant they may become in our attempts to assess how and why we have become the persons we now are.
The following is a correspondence between Mrs. Greenfold and an unnamed writer. Font and names are essential to the understanding and purpose of these letters.
I’ve wanted to paint him so many times. / My friend was lucky enough to take a blurry photo. / Forever, I want to stare at that man, who gruffly sings "Sweet Annie in the Green Briar"
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