Monthly Archives: January 2012

Snowfest Entry: The Rat and the Hawk

The following short short story is part of Roh Morgon’s Blogfest (approx. 1050 words): The Rat and the Hawk by Don Gilbert The tapping on the window startled Bill Templeton.  He had just added another log to the fire and … Continue reading

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Reinterpreting Murder on the Orient Express

In 1974, when I was eight years old, I went to the movies with my family to see Murder on the Orient Express, staring Albert Finney and Lauren Bacall.  I had never heard of Agatha Christie, the famous detective novelist, … Continue reading

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Roh Morgon, local Fresno fantasy writer, member of the Fresno Sci-fi & Fantasy Writers group and author of the novel Watcher, is holding a Blogfest that she is calling “Snowfest.”  I am participating, and anyone with a blog is eligible … Continue reading

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