Monthly Archives: December 2013

MONOLOGUE: Mrs. D finally cracks

Oh my god. He wasn’t pushed; he fell. He fell. There is no story here. There is no story. H-h-he insisted on sitting on that wall, he knew what might happen if he fell and –   And he climbed … Continue reading

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Pocket Monologue: Katherine Catmull

Remember the writing prompt from last week? It’s a cold, wet day and you’re in a hurry to get somewhere. You can’t find your coat, but you’re late so you leave anyway. When you get to where you’re going, you’re relieved … Continue reading

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