Stories from
March, 2013

Poured from a dusty bottle of Bordeaux: wine she’d been saving for a special moment.

Dan Reiter thinks half a true story is better than

The storm closed the courthouse. But the bookstore was a more magical place anyway. We do, they said. And the snow melted on the floor.

Patricia Doiron finds that every story worth telling can be told in 140 characters or less—unlike Anna Karenina.

It was the professor, in the ballroom, with the revolver. But I needed evidence.

This is Ida Pohl’s…third attempt? Fourth?

He still waits for an hour every month, never realizing her goodbye got lost in translation. Maybe, it’s not true what they say about dogs.

Elin (@elinmatilda_) wants to live in an old castle.