December 11, 2015
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Gail Gail

Nominations for Unforgettable Performance by a Fish

Sometimes the best thing in the frame is the fish. Here are my nominations for the best fish of film and TV: Gail from The West Wing Ace newsman Danny wants to win over White House press secretary C.J. Cregg. When a friend tips Danny off that she loves goldfish, he doesn’t realize it’s the…

October 27, 2015
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Dear Peyton Manning: Save Yourself (And the Colts While You’re at It)

“I’m asking—no, begging—you to retire next year and become the next general manager of the Indianapolis Colts.” Matt Gonzales makes his case to Peyton Manning.

March 30, 2015
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18 State Statutes Later, Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act is Still Bad Legislation

Steve Hayes read the federal RFRA, all the state versions, court cases, and more. His conclusion: “Indiana’s version of the RFRA is bad legislation.”

March 26, 2015
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River, Comprehending

“What I comprehend is small. It fits. A goat’s body / in grass. Or more like water fits in a low place.” A poem by Patrick James Errington.

March 20, 2015
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How To Write Flash Fiction

“Consider ending with a twist, something that will keep your story in the readers’ minds. At least until they check their Facebook statuses.” Richie Narvaez with the winning story in our Flash Hybrid Noir Contest.

March 19, 2015
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The Cadaver

“The dead man’s lolling head stared with glassy blue eyes and gaping mouth. Susan, my sister-in-law, thrust boxes of Stove Top in my hand as she bent to lift the man’s dragging feet over the threshold.” Flash Hybrid Noir from contest runner-up Carol Divish.

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