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A Kidnapped Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum
This is a story from L. Frank Baum, who is best known for "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." It is an amusing tale about the dangers of being a kind Santa Claus who just wants to make the children happy.
A Lady of Bayou St. John - A Review
This is a romantic and revealing story by Kate Chopin. It was written in 1894 and part of her "Bayou Folk" collection. It was set in New Orleans and gives an explanation of the power of widowhood.
A Man Named Horse by Dorothy M. Johnson
This story was based in the old west. Yes, it also made its way to the silver screen in 1970. The original tale seems very distant to the Hollywood version.
Alaska by Alice Adams
This is a short story by Alice Adams that is an interesting collection of contrasts and similarities.
Are Writing Groups Necessary?
Writing groups have become very common. This article considers the pros and cons to participating in a writer group. Writing groups are not always beneficial to writers. Learn if they will work for you.
Axolotl - A Review
An Axolotl in a salamander from Mexico. Would you consider becoming one? This piece was written by Magical Realism's most influential artist.
Battle Royal by Ralph Ellison - A Review
This story was written in 1948 and later became the opening chapter to Ralph Ellison's novel "Invisible Man."
Big Bertha Stories - A Review
This is a contemporary story about a Vietnam War Veteran who has difficulty adjusting to life with his family. It is an honest portrayal written by Bobbie Ann Mason of Kentucky.
Bruce - A Review
This is a great novella about the adventures of a Collie named Bruce. The story was written in 1920 by a man who bred and raised pedigree Collies. The story is heartwarming and exciting. This is the kind of story that really appreciates our canine companions.
Corey Ford and his Comedy Lines
Humor is a very important part of storytelling. This article takes a trip down memory lane for some and an educational path for others, as it introduces Corey Ford and his light-hearted and honest humor in life as he knew it.
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