Short stories

These are short stories.

Relativity Speaking, written in 1994 as an undergrad at the University of Pittsburgh, first appeared in the TAT Forum, a monthly E-Zine on the tatfoundation.org website.  It’s an allegory.

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The short story, A New Story, written in 2010, works, sous-entendue, on at least three levels:  It’s the first short story I’ve written since Relativity Speaking.  The story content is also a metaphor for how I am working in my head to write a book; travelling through nostalgia and past events, old photos, memories, hindsight, current thoughts, and so on.  This is a new chapter in my writing life; I put down my book-in-the-works six years ago like a paperback with a page bent, and it’s been collecting dust ever since while I painted houses, installed toilets and hung drywall. When I sat down at my desk a few weeks ago to write A New Story, it felt like a new beginning.  Maybe it was the beginning of my new life pattern, too.  And, of course, there is the meaning that the title has in the context of this little story.

A New Story

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This short story, A Story With No People, told by God, written in 2010, is from my book in the works.  If you can follow it to the end, it might lead you somewhere you haven’t considered yet.

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A Story With No People, told by God

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