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LIKE THE NEW YEAR, LIFE IS FULL OF BEGINNINGS

By Raji Singh Happy New Year and best wishes for a year of joy and occasional whimsy! On this new beginning, we remember the origins of our home, The Fiction House and James Thaddeus Fiction, our founder. Out of the … Continue reading

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LIKE THE NEW YEAR, LIFE IS FULL OF BEGINNINGS

By Raji Singh Out of the Fiction House Archives: THE CARPER’S TALE   (From Tales of the Fiction House) 1826  Daylight for just 15 minutes and already summer’s heat has dried dew from the Cincinnati pier.  A stoop-shouldered ancient mariner in … Continue reading

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Like the New Year, Life is Full of Beginnings

By Raji Singh Out of the Fiction House Archives: THE CARPER’S TALE   (From Tales of the Fiction House) 1826  Daylight for just 15 minutes and already summer’s heat has dried dew from the Cincinnati pier.  A stoop-shouldered ancient mariner in … Continue reading

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Like the New Year, Life is Full of Beginnings

By Raji Singh THE CARPER’S TALE   (From Tales of the Fiction House) 1826  Daylight for just 15 minutes and already summer’s heat has dried dew from the Cincinnati pier.  A stoop-shouldered ancient mariner in an age-cracked slicker gamily trudges the … Continue reading

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No. 67 Like the New Year, Life is Full of Beginnings

By Raji Singh THE CARPER’S TALE   (From Tales of the Fiction House) 1826  Daylight for just 15 minutes and already summer’s heat has dried dew from the Cincinnati pier.  A stoop-shouldered ancient mariner in an age-cracked slicker gamily trudges the … Continue reading

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