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Short stories (fiction and non-fiction) published in magazines.
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September 27, 2000
David Shields
Bob Knight, c'est moi Like the curse that can't be separated from the diamond, the former coach's drive was also his downfall. mark for My Articles
September 27, 2000
Caleb John Clark
Linux and the lady A hacker's tale of his infatuation with a high-priced, computer-literate escort. Or is she really an empathic metamorph? mark for My Articles
September 21, 2000
Susan Seligson
Spas from hell Others may envy those privileged hedonists who can afford to pay people exorbitant sums to beat them to an herb-scented pulp, but I know better. mark for My Articles
The Family Room
Jenny Wanderscheid
I Need More Time!!! I missed a whole day? Ever get that feeling? Ever feel like you have so much to do that you can't keep track of anything? mark for My Articles
The Family Room
Judy Edmonds
The Olympic Torch: Column From the Bearpit The Olympic torch traveled very close to our house and they were all whipped up into a frenzy of excitement about it at school - after all, it was probably a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and when one of those goes past the end of your street it seems churlish to ignore it. mark for My Articles
The Family Room
Jenny Wanderscheid
Quit Competing and Just Live! A story about a railroad alienating the people in a town and the lessons that can be learned about competition. mark for My Articles
The Family Room
Mia Cronan
Go Ahead and Waste It - It Was Free Free things are not really free when you consider that they do have value, they do serve a purpose for us, and if wasted, they never got a chance to serve their purpose. mark for My Articles
September 19, 2000
Maureen F. McHugh
Dear businessman at the grocery store You didn't notice me when you breezed in front of me in line, talking on your cellphone. mark for My Articles
September 1, 2000
Deborah K. Friedell
What my parents wanted was a mammy They got Jamine, who worked for us until we didn't need her anymore. mark for My Articles
August 30, 2000
Sheerly Avni
I was a hired thug for tough love For two years, I led wilderness trips for teenagers who had been begged, bribed, tricked and sometimes physically dragged from their beds to get to us. And, yes, I can still sleep at night. mark for My Articles
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