Tag Archives: Abolition

BEST ACTOR AWARD

by Raji Singh  Yes.  It is that time again to identify those who will go down in film history.  Yet, many  individuals have taken on such thespian roles they changed the history that could have been. Let us celebrate those … Continue reading

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“SHERALEE, COME BACK TO ME.”

By Raji Singh ARCHIVING THE ONCE-RENOWNED FICTION HOUSE PUBLISHING COMPANY: Rustling through my great-great grandfather, publisher James Thaddeus ‘Blackjack’ Fiction’s artifacts, I come across a miniature pine coffin, hardly bigger than a jewelry box.  It’s simple, the kind that entombed … Continue reading

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No. 49: PART III – UNCLE VANYA MEETS THE GOWNED GUNSLINGER TURNED WORD FLINGER: An Ill-Fated Romance Midst a Just Cause

by Raji Singh (Publisher, Fiction House Publishing)  My great grandmother Shelva’s girlhood writings.  The 1870’s. I wonder.  Do schoolchildren in America learn about their Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 as we in Moscow?  They should.  It was something evil as … Continue reading

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No. 4: “SHERALEE, COME BACK TO ME.”

By Raji Singh ARCHIVING THE ONCE-RENOWNED FICTION HOUSE PUBLISHING COMPANY: Rustling through my great-great grandfather, publisher James Thaddeus ‘Blackjack’ Fiction’s artifacts, I come across a miniature pine coffin, hardly bigger than a jewelry box.  It’s simple, the kind that entombed … Continue reading

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