Monthly Archives: June 2017

Summer Poison

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A Story for Our Times

DRONE STRIKE Flash Fiction by Charles McKelvy They weren’t entirely sure they should invite Karen and her new guy friend over for an evening on the dock they had just installed on the pond at the foot of their property, … Continue reading

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On the Trail Again

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The Eagle Has Landed!

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30 Years Ago Today

(Harbert, Michigan) Frogs had everything to do with our decision on that first warm spring night of 1987 to move permanently to Michigan from Chicago. We had purchased a dilapidated dump in the dunes for a song and a dance in … Continue reading

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Wind Power

For my final posting on the 2017 Elkhart Jazz Festival, I want to focus on the wind players.  I am a wind player, so I naturally seek out fellow wind players when I attend concerts, jam sessions, and fine festivals … Continue reading

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Elkhart Gothic

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