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By: Daniel Minsaul Characters: Q and T SCENE ONE (Two men or women sitting at a table.) Q: Do you hate me? T: (sardonically) Yes, absolutely. Q: Don’t kid with me. I’m being serious. T: As am I. Q: Why do you hate me? T: Because you ask me questions like, ‘Do you hate me?’ Who does that? Q: That […]Read more ›
In his debut novel, The Marrying Kind, Ken O’Neill demonstrates a keen ear for dialogue and a sharp eye for human behavior. Add to these his dry wit—I laughed, long and loud, several times—and the sum is a wonderful entertainment, loads of fun to read, and very satisfying. Steven Worth writes for the Gay New York Times, a fact that […]Read more ›
By: Victoria Mennel Tim and Jerry stand a hundred yards from their projected goal. Two mildewed toilets sitting on a flat surface. Both men hold a nine iron in one hand and a can of Budweiser in the other. The morning is crisp with promise, they agree. Tim wears his lucky trousers with the zipper that never works and a […]Read more ›
If you enjoyed reading the stories of Robert Mynatt from his first book, Illogical Thoughts by Someone Too Young to Think, then you’ll love “Happy Thoughts Make Others Happy”. Following are a collection of sample excerpts from the stories in this book. Please find a link at the bottom to buy either a hard copy or Kindle version of the […]Read more ›
“Bye- Bye Honey” Barbara said yesterday as she made her way back to her home. We have ended our conversations this way for well over two years. I find comfort in the familiarity of the phrase, as I am certain she does. A simple pattern of social interaction for us both, we find closure to a conversation. Always smiling and […]Read more ›