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Tag Archives: Short Story
Silhouette of the American Northwest
Kyle R. Schreiber Part 1: Strangers & Coffee Far from a coffee snob or a foodie, I once slept at a truck stop in Montana, and I’ve got to tell ya to this day, that was the best cup of coffee I’ve ever had the next morning. It all started when Pat O’Mara and I …
Elliot King and The Midway Mile
Smuggling, almost romance, and the run of his life.
Black Dog, White Jacket, and Raquel
Black Dog, White Jacket, and Raquel Vern called me a few days before Christmas asking for a favor. “I’m taking Renée down to Grove City to do some last minute shopping with my parents. Would you mind letting Tucker out?” “How many times should I stop by? I was going to head into West Seneca …
One evening in late August, a power outage struck across the entire city of Buffalo. Now this probably wouldn’t bother most people, however, I am terrified of the dark. This fear is recent; I never seemed to be troubled in childhood by this phobia, but something happened a while back, and since then, I haven’t been …