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The Edward Campbell – Sunday Photo Fiction

Photo by: Alistair Forbes The Edward Campbell Mr. Potsdam sat on bench beside the memorial, sea-grey eyes staring out across the water. The black pea-coat he wore dated back to old sailing days. A battered, black watch cap rested upon … Continue reading

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Tall Tale – Trifecta: Week 103

Written for Trifecta: Week 103. A difficult to believe story begins after the photo. Genre: Speculative Fiction/Humor Word Count: 333 Tall Tale One pilot sat separate at the “Remember Them” ww2 pilots convention. After interviewing many of the pilots, Calvin … Continue reading

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Visiting Hours – Alastair’s Photo Fiction

Written for Alastair’s Photo Fiction. Good God, Alastair! If I’d known you posted a Hurricane pic, I’d have written sooner. I went a bit long (356 words) with your broader rules, but I couldn’t help it as this is a … Continue reading

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