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Lily’s Lover

After her marriage has failed, Lily Manheim has a new lover. As a therapist, overanalyzing her own relationships is an occupational hazard, but that can take her only so far. Eventually, she must act.  More
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The Forever Choice

One woman, two rings, and Arianne must choose between rich world-traveling engineer Armand or hometown beat reporter Joe. Will she choose love or money?  More


Rich just wanted to buy some flowers for his girl, but in the course of helping him find the right gift, saleswoman Jeredean found her old self instead.  More

The Eyes of Thomas Andrews

John’s scale replica of the RMS Titanic was almost perfect, but the strange messages he receives over the radio may mean that it’s more than just a model.  More
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Fiction by Dalton Trumbo

Rooting for Bryan Cranston for the Oscar win? Before settling in to watch the 2016 Academy Awards, brush up on fiction by Dalton Trumbo (played by Best Actor nominee Cranston in Trumbo) from our archive: “Darling Bill—” by Dalton Trumbo   April 20, 1935 A love-struck Congressman’s secretary sends an errant press release that leads […]  More
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“Darling Bill—” by Dalton Trumbo

Editor’s note: “Darling Bill—” was the first in a series of political satire Dalton Trumbo wrote for magazines and film. The epistolary fiction first appeared in The Saturday Evening Post on April 20, 1935. OFFICE OF REPRESENTATIVE GEORGE W. BILCHESTER DARLING BILL: Things have let up a minute, so maybe I’ll get a chance to […]  More
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“Five C’s for Fever the Five” by Dalton Trumbo

Editor’s note: “Five C’s for Fever the Five” was originally published in The Saturday Evening Post on November 30, 1935. The boys in Mufti Joe’s place had just returned from a fortunate crap game in the Shore hotel down the street. Now they were sitting around the pool hall in various attitudes of relaxation. Fever […]  More
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Five in the Fifth

Fourth runner-up in the 2016 Great American Fiction Contest: Working at the Evergreen Nursing Home, young Jerry Keller didn’t think much about the future until he met Millie.  More
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Welcoming Death

Third runner-up in the 2016 Great American Fiction Contest: Was Perry really face to face with Death, or was it all just an elaborate dream?  More
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