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There is a Ukrainian-language write-up of this even in the newspaper “Ratusha”: ratusha.lviv.ua/index.php?dn=news&to=art&id=3436
The “War, Literature and the Arts Literary Journal” has accepted what I consider to be my best story, “Convoy Home” for publication. It appears in Volume #25 which just came out. Here’s my discussion and review of the journal:
A strange story from my workshop days has been republished on NHNovella. It originally appeared in the now defunct Steel City Review.
“2010. It was a warm November second or first. The clouds spent the day gathering and breaking apart and gathering again.
The Democrats were poised to take back Congress, and even though we didnâ€™t know too much about politics, my friends and I were all jazzed. We were grad students, and smart enough to know the obvious â€“ that Bush and friends had started a war for oil, that he was evil and/or stupid, and that things were about to change.
I think America felt guilty about our illegal war. I know I did, and a big Republican defeated would vindicate us all.
Anyway, I was en route to a belated Halloween party.” (Read more on NH Novella)
I read my unpublished story, “Storyteller,” and a revision of my favorite essay from the NY Times, Homefires series, “Something Worth Fighting For.”
Listen to the reading Here!