Short Story Month IV coming soon – (July 28th)

This July, we’ll be celebrating our fourth annual “Short Story Month.”  All members are asked to pick a short story (hopefully one in the public domain that an internet copy can be linked to, or at least one short enough to be scanned to a pdf and shared that way) for the group to read.  Thus far, for 2011 we have the following entries:

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz – by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Dale’s pick) 

Casey at the Bat – by Ernest Lawrence Thayer (Sonja’s pick)

A Shameful Affair – by Kate Chopin (Kim’s pick)

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge – by Ambrose Bierce (Al’s pick)

A Piece of Steak by Jack London (Jay’s pick)

The Conjurer’s Handbook by Alice Hoffman (Julia’s pick)  – copy distributed by Julia

Rikki-Tiki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling (Jan’s pick) – copy distributed by Jan

Smee by A.M. Burrage (Ann Marie’s pick)

Others will be added as they are received…


About Jay
Finance & Accounting professional, reading/writing amateur, residing in Central Indiana

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