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A wonderfully moving short story in The Masters Review | “Mix and Match” by Katherine Rooks

Source: The Masters Review | “Mix and Match” by Katherine Rooks

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French city gets ‘short story dispensers’ to help people kill time in public areas-TNews – IBNLive Mobile

Users have the option to choose the length of the literature depending on the time they have to kill. Source: French city gets ‘short story dispensers’ to help people kill time in public areas-TNews – IBNLive Mobile

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Thanks to a friend for bringing this to my attention. BBC – Culture – Ten books to read in October

Novels, essays and non-fiction – including the tale of a forgotten Kennedy and a short story collection about Chechnya. Source: BBC – Culture – Ten books to read in October

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[REVIEW] Einstein’s Beach House, by Jacob M. Appel – [PANK]

[REVIEW] Einstein’s Beach House, by Jacob M. Appel – [PANK].

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Tips on naming characters from Jacob M. Appel.

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My story “Cork” in the Spring 2015 issue of Circa: A Journal of Historical Fiction

Cork | Circa.

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The appeal of clearly stated preferences. Reading this in @TheReviewReview gets me VERY interested in @whiskeypaper.

Why A Well-Written Story May Be Rejected, Or, Every Editor Has Their Things | The Review Review.

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