I think I’ve mentioned on this blog before that often the best way to learn to do something is to do it, even before you know how. That’s the way I learned to write poetry. I wrote a poem a day for three years. Practice practice practice. Or, as I’ve heard others put it: chop wood, carry water. So. In the spirit of daily practice, I’ve undertaken a new project: I’m going to write and publish a short story a week for a full year. First one is up now. Click on the “Free” tab at the top to read “Killing Time.”
Mario who?I'm a novelist, poet, and short story writer living in the Pacific Northwest on Missoula Flood soil. I post my 100-word short shorts here on an intermittent basis.
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