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Short stories are independent works of prose fiction whose function is to convey a moral, evoke a specific mode, or capture a moment. Short stories are likely focused, as all... Read More

Bernie spent summers on his grandfather’s 14,000-acre ranch in Eastern Montana. When the ranch was sold, he spent a couple of summers working in Glacier National Park before entering the... Read More

To get a firm clue which one can follow fruitfully in the retrospect and prospect one have proposed to oneself, it will not be awry to inquire what is the... Read More

Obtained his Ph.D. (2000) in Economics in the areas of Public Choice/Public Finance. He taught at various universities at both undergraduate and graduate courses in economics and business. He has... Read More

Children are some of the most devoted readers out there! But you should know that writing great children’s literature is no easy feat, especially when you’re new to the game.... Read More

I saw them, just behind some trees. Initially, they just appeared in dark uniform shapes. I first thought them to be a couple of guys in dark jackets loitering on... Read More

W. Clark Boutwell is a gentleman of a certain age who has spent most of the time since he was eighteen-years-old learning to be a physician, practicing his craft, and... Read More

You look at the sky and the world around you and feel yourself suddenly tipping forward. You catch your breath as you try to balance yourself on the edge of... Read More

I have been around since 1957. In that time, I have done many things and been to many places. I have a BS and MS in Civil Engineering and an MBA.... Read More

Frank Heller has published biographical and exhibition catalogs on American and European artists, some of which are housed in the Smithsonian Institution Libraries in Washington, D.C. He was a hospital... Read More