The Stories We Tell Podcast Story Winners - April 2019

It's time to announce the next set of stories selected for an upcoming episode of The Stories We Tell podcast! As always, the wonderful NJ Boyer challenged us to develop our writing skill set this month. The following criteria were used for these works of fiction (less than 500): Learning is a life-long pursuit. Let's go back to school. Your setting should be an educational facility. Have your protagonist do something uniquely 'school'. Could be anything associated with education. Now turn that. Let them do something that you are not meant to do at school With no further ado, the writers selected to appear are (in no particular order): Writer Title Am

Fear & Writing: Get Over It Already

Earlier today while driving on the freeway, a black BMW passed me on the left. Out of the sunroof popped a young lady, no older than 17, holding her iPhone out for a selfie. I smiled, endeared by her playfulness. But then my heart sank as I watched her prop herself up onto the roof of the BMW, which was motoring along at 65 mph. I was only able to breathe once she popped back down into the car, knowing she was finally safe. After I cursed and said something to the effect of, these youngins - sounding like my late grandmother - a voice buried deep inside my mind said, But darling, remember when fear was what made you feel safe? Voices in my head aside, it dawned on me that in my teen days the

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