Short Story / Writers / Writing

DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE RABBI, MY MOTHER AND A GREEK PIZZZA WITH MUSHROOMS? by Paul Beckman

        Wednesday night is pizza night in our town. Everyone goes out, picks up or has delivered a pie from their pizza restaurant of choice. But anyone who is anyone goes out. While we in our small Connecticut town started this, according to local legend, the surrounding towns of have gotten in on it also and … Continue reading

Short Story / Writers / Writing

Paperless People by Michael C. Keith

I know of no substitute whatever –– Henry James For more than 42 years, Martha and Chuck Stacey’s morning ritual centered on their daily newspaper. A pot of coffee accompanied their reading, which typically lasted until late morning now that they were both retired. When The Observer wasn’t delivered promptly, the start of their day … Continue reading