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Short Story International" claimed to be the first "Global Fiction Magazine", devoted to short stories from the entire reach of the globe. It consistently brought the best in quality writing to its readers. One merely has to look at the contributors through the years to know the truth of that.
Gildner, Gary Theodore was born on August 22, 1938 in West Branch, Michigan, United States. 1971 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PRESS SOFTCOVER; 67 pages;. 12mo - over 6Â¾" - 7Â¾" tall. Son of Theodore Edward and Jean (Szostak) Gildner.
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Do you know what I think should be banned? Those advertisements for cruise holidays for mature people. Don’t move the goalposts, Kathleen. You organize it. That’s the deal. He didn’t want a holiday. You get this suave man in a dinner jacket, hair lightly streaked with gray, looking into the eyes of a woman with a pashmina stole around her slim, firm shoulders, to protect her against the night breezes as they stand on deck together. There is a hint that they have been at it like rabbits all afternoon and that they can’t wait for the captain’s cocktail party and gala dinner to end, so they can be at it all over again.
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Bright Leaf is a 1950 American drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Gary Cooper, Lauren Bacall and Patricia Neal. It is based on a 1948 novel of the same name by Foster Fitz-Simons. The title comes from the type of tobacco grown in North Carolina after the American Civil War. The plot is loosely based on the rivalry of tobacco tycoons Washington Duke and John Harvey McElwee, according to Bright Leaves, a 2003 documentary by Ross McElwee.
American Short Fiction is an Austin-based, nationally distributed literary magazine
American Short Fiction is an Austin-based, nationally distributed literary magazine ear) and the Insider Prize, a story contest for incarcerated writers in Texas.
This created tremendous crises in families all over New York and proved that TV plays a much greater role in people's lives than anyone can imagine. For example, when the TV went off in the Bufkins's house panic set in. First Bufkins thought it was his set in the living-room, so he rushed into his bedroom and turned on that set. Nothing. The phone rang, and Mrs. Bufkins heard her sister in Manhattan tell her that there was a blackout