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Writing Short Stories Explained

by William F. Conklin

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The stories herein are meant to appeal to folks who love short stories, especially to those who may have a desire to write some themselves. Sadly, short stories are not as popular as they were a generation or two ago (nor is reading). Modern short story writers are mostly academics. These noted authors are excruciatingly talented, yet not widely read outside of academic circles. My hope is that writing short stories will become a popular hobby, for there are millions of people who have life experiences on which to base their stories.

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