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Goldfish, A Train, A Man in Black

Three terms that have nothing to do with each other—or everything to do with each other. We shall see . . .

The Royal Oak Writers in the Woods is one of the most helpful writing groups I’ve ever been involved in. Lately, we’ve decided to engage in some writing exercises. The above terms are our first assignment. The idea is to them in a short fiction piece of about 500 words. I’ll post my effort here as soon as I get past thinking of the man in black as Johnny Cash. Visitors are encouraged to write their own entries here (no prize, just good practice). If your entry is good enough, we may ask you to join the group. Check here later . . . for now, it’s back to my novel in progress.


About Joe Ponepinto

Co-publisher, with Kelly Davio, of Tahoma Literary Review. Author of "Curtain Calls," a featured Kirkus Review. Married to Dona. Dad to Henry, the coffee-drinkin' dog.


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