The End of Y2K
Ah Y2K, we hardly knew ya'. Where the biggest
disaster in the USA wasn't the high tech computing machines
in the begining, but the low tech punch ballots at the ending.
(And remember, people with some time and money that they can
afford to invest in their writing and a chance to see Europe--
Hard Work, Hard Writing, Week Long Writing Work Out,
run by a close close friend of my family.)
Another good month awaits you!
Front Page Picks
- Airport at Night
By Nadia (email@example.com).
Guess I'm just a sucker for works that refer to
works of mine
- Everyday Love
By Stands with a Smile.
When the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
- Yippie Ti Ay
By Misti Velvet Rainwater.
Spirited piece for her fiancé.
- She says it all with her eyes
Our lady bound for America gets a few last words in...
Brief twist of words.
- Life Rocks w/ pic
By Sarah, firstname.lastname@example.org and ty, email@example.com.
The original poem by Sarah had already been made a frontpage pick, when
resubmitted with Ty's vision of it included.
- Train Boy
Two by scqueen.
The first is a quick clever idea. The second is a longer prose piece that
really captures a certain anxiety.
- Sweet The Sound
Submitted by Galadrial60.
By the guppy.
Who is Wing trying to reassure in the last line?
By Margaret Atwood.
Submitted by slug.
She submitted it with a disclaimer, but I don't think the
expressed in this brief quote have anything to do with sexism.
Submitted by Mirabeau Chapin.
- Another not to
The first few lines appealed to the Samuel Beckett in me.
- Cherry Coke
By Angel firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neat little plea. And not just because I like Cherry Coke.
Do they still make Diet Cherry Coke? Man, that stuff used
to be my favorite.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- 484 heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.