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LABOR’S DAY

by Raji Singh (editor, Fiction House Publishing) Happy Labor Day!  In honor of the laborers. A favorite post from the Fiction House Archives. *      *     * “…he died at age 52,” reports the network anchor, breaking the news of the … Continue reading

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A-TAX ON SYNTAX: HAPPY TAX WEEKEND

by Raji Singh We’re in the Ides of April, National Poetry Month. Here’s a little celebratory prose and verse, To lighten the burden of the tax day curse. It’s the 1890s. Fiction House’s hired hand, Efraim Ephraim, lounges alone in … Continue reading

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A-TAX ON SYNTAX: HAPPY TAX WEEKEND

by Raji Singh We’re in the Ides of April, National Poetry Month. Here’s a little celebratory prose and verse, To lighten the burden of the tax day curse. It’s the 1890s. Fiction House’s hired hand, Efraim Ephraim, lounges alone in … Continue reading

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OLYMPIC GLORY: GOING FOR THE PYRITE

  by Raji Singh Here is our traditional Olympic Tale, “Go, Shelva! Go!” A curious letter to the editor appeared in the Moscow Times-Oppressor on May 1, 1895 under this banner headline: ‘BRAMBLE SURFING FOR SUMMER AND FUTURE OLYMPIC WINTER … Continue reading

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A-TAX ON SYNTAX: HAPPY TAX WEEKEND

  by Raji Singh We’re in the Ides of April, National Poetry Month. Here’s a little celebratory prose and verse, To lighten the burden of the tax day curse. It’s the 1890s. Fiction House’s hired hand, Efraim Ephraim, lounges alone … Continue reading

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OLYMPIC GLORY: GOING FOR THE PYRITE

by Raji Singh Olympics in the news: China wins another bid… Boston pulls out of hosting… Rio’s environment… But most importantly, America’s Special Olympics…Kuddos to all the wonderful participants. Here’s a larkish tale about one of the first modern era … Continue reading

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AN APRIL 15 A-TTAX ON SYNTAX

by Raji Singh      We’re in the Ides of April, National Poetry Month.      Here’s a little celebratory prose and verse,      To lighten the burden of the tax day curse.      It’s the 1890s. Fiction House’s hired hand, Efraim … Continue reading

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No. 111: WHY BUY THE COW, WHEN YOU CAN RENT IT FROM EFRAIM EPHRAIM?

by Raji Singh      Fiction House’s internationally renowned and imitated business endeavor of the 1890’s, ‘Engage a Bovine’: It all started when my Russian immigrant Great Grandmother Shelva Fiction queried Captain Polly who was tightrope walking the clothesline as they … Continue reading

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No. 110: THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER IN A POTTER’S FIELD

 by Raji Sing Everyone knows the story of Johnny Hempseed. In the 18th Century, a high-minded Benjamin Franklin commissioned J. H. to sow hemp seed throughout the land to grow the fledgling nation’s cordage industry. The present day taxing bureaus … Continue reading

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POST NO. 94: DRONE TATTOOS – AT LAST, THE INSCRIPTIONS TAKE FLIGHT

by Raji Singh I am James Thaddeus Fiction, the Fifth – a true Fiction. Typhoon tears me from my parents. I alone survive. I become an orphan-foundling, taken in by new loving parents Dr. Ben and Indira Singh. Now I … Continue reading

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