Category Archives: Short Story

“REAR WINDOW ETHICS”

If you have never watched Alfred Hitchcock’s REAR WINDOW with Jimmy Stewart, you’ve missed out on an amazing cinematic experience, a great storyline and dialogue, an incredible set, and haute couture waltzing into a two room Manhattan apartment and knocking … Continue reading

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Eleanor Bickle Takes Elvis: A Short Story

“Bingo, Bingo, Bingo, Harold,” Gladys Pinsky sang unpleasantly. She sat stiffly in the Cascade Blue, 1965 cruise-liner that Buick had originally christened The Le Sabre way back in ‘59. Gladys felt it resembled less a car than the QE Two. … Continue reading

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