Don Gibson wants a new boat. When he finally picks out the perfect one at a local boat show, he quickly realizes he's in way More
About: Jim Warne
Jim Warne was working as a compositor at a local printing firm when he began writing, and was fortunate to have nine short stories and four articles published. He then opened his own typesetting business (and had a tiger by the tail) until he turned it over to his son. With a reinvigorated interest in writing, "Boat Show" is his second published piece since returning to the craft, the first being a humorous essay published in The Buffalo News.