Human Rights and Harvard Yard [A Short Story]

A Harvard Undergraduate Makes a List Sitting on a Yellow Chair in the Yard Near Massachusetts Hall where Emerson Once Slept I Any sane and rational discussion of Gay Marriage will have to address basic human rights as the primary concern for how and where gay marriage fits in our society--and it does fit in … Continue reading Human Rights and Harvard Yard [A Short Story]

How a Letter from an Editor of an On line Literary Review Becomes Fiction; or, You Should Know the Boundaries between Fiction and Non-Fiction

. . . is a letter from an editor of an on-line literary review. The opinions are herein those of the Editor-in-Chief, a role the Publishing Editor likes to assume separately from that of Publishing Editor. He has complete control over content. The follow has been abridged by me. [ . . .] All social … Continue reading How a Letter from an Editor of an On line Literary Review Becomes Fiction; or, You Should Know the Boundaries between Fiction and Non-Fiction