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Paper Boats by Paul J. Rogers

Next up in our latest By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story showcase on the theme of Hollow is a contribution from the always very interesting Paul J. Rogers. Warning label: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, events, etc. are either the product of the author’s imagination […]

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This Is the Air by Paul j Rogers

We’re back with our latest By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story and essay showcase, this time with the theme of Regret. To start us off is our own Paul j Rogers with a story fit for a rainy day. Read this backwards: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, […]

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Generating Fast Faces by Paul j Rogers

The final installment in this round of the By Prescription Only: Themed Writing showcase on Faces comes from our own Paul j Rogers as he adds a 21st century spin to “the cut-up technique” – a literary technique that began with the Dadaist, Tristan Tzara, and was later developed by Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs, […]

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The view from behind the editor’s desk

Some of you may have been wondering where I’ve gone, while others may have been wishing that I’d never come back, but most of you have probably simply been relieved not to have to read my drivel masquerading as prose and obscure thoughts pretending to be, well, thoughts. Regardless, for all of those who don’t […]

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Men of Principle: One

My occasional posts before our summer break will be about characters that I have, at some point in my murky past, connected with in one way or another. They could be from literature, film, or TV and I’ll try to examine them grouped by an overriding theme. The first theme (as you can see from […]

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Please Assemble by Paul j Rogers

Continuing with our By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story and essay showcase on the theme of Space is a piece from another true soda jerk: Paul j Rogers. Paul is the World’s Biggest Fan of pre-egging incident Justin Bieber; we hope you enjoy his contribution here. Opening bars of “Land of Hope and Glory”: […]

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Seeds and Stones: Part 2 by Paul j Rogers

Our entry this week in our By Prescription Only: Themed Writing showcase is the second half of Paul j Rogers’ piece. Once more for good measure: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, events, etc. are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. The […]

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Seeds and Stones: Part 1 by Paul j Rogers

This week in our By Prescription Only: Themed Writing showcase is the first of a two-parter by our own Paul j Rogers. Enjoy! And this still applies: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, events, etc. are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. […]

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The Octagon by Paul j Rogers

This week wraps up our first By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story and essay showcase on Privacy. We hope you enjoyed the series and enjoy this last short from our own illustrious Paul j Rogers. We’ll be running another installment in the spring so keep your eyes peeled for that! Chanting Sanskrit from the […]

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Electric Ink

As we start to wind down towards our summer break, today’s post is all about the links. Now, I don’t own an e-reader as it’s just one more thing to lose when I’ve had one too many piña coladas, but I have nothing against them, and many people seem to love them, so let’s take […]

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