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The Southern Indiana Writers will be signing GHOSTS and other anthologies at Cafe on the Square in Corydon (see previous posts) on Black Friday, November 28, 2008. Y’all come!

I’m probably taking tomorrow off, but you never know what trivia may enter my brain and burst forth from my fingertips. Meanwhile, here is a link to a story for ya.

The Cautionary Tale of Silas Rockport
Written in response to Paul Molyneaux’s (editor of Laughter Loaf) remark, “It’s hard to commercialize a holiday based on gratitude and humility.”


Writing Prompt: Where does your main character go for Thanksgiving, if anywhere? Your villain?



Here is where I ramble on about whatever happens to fall through my mind. I also have a professional site, where I post about my books, stories, news and appearances. Every month, I post a “Hot Flash” there–a story or prose poem of about 50 words. I hope you enjoy your visit. –Marian Allen

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