Tag Archives: short stories

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

The Death Voyage by Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, turns 151 years old this month. One of the several stories he wrote for the Post is “The Death Voyage,” the tale of a German naval disaster in World War I.  More

One-on-One with the Author: John Hemingway

When we decided to restore fiction to the Post, it seemed appropriate to turn to the current generation of writers, progeny of our long-ago contributors. So, we asked John Hemingway, grandson of Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway, to write an original story for you.  More
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