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The No-Talent Kid

Nothing could shake Walter’s determination to get into the marching band. So how could his conductor tell him how misplaced his ambition was? ... More

Gutted

The Post presents the winning entry in the 2010 Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition ... More

“The Woman Who Tried to Be Good” by Edna Ferber

To celebrate Edna Ferber’s 125th birthday yesterday, we republish “A Woman Who Tried to Be Good”. Twice a Pulitzer-Prize winner, her novels were very popular in the late twenties. The charming writing of this short story makes for a very enjoyable read. ... More

The Bashing of Bullwinkle

Norman Reilly Raine, screenwriter for the 1938 epic film The Adventures of Robin Hood, authored the Post’s ever-popular Tugboat Annie series. This short story is the first time Bullwinkle makes an appearance, and the confrontation is memorable. ... More
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