7 Lessons a 106-year old cyclist can teach writers

7 Lessons a 106-year old cyclist can teach writers

On February 11, 2018, 106-year-old Robert Marchand, cycled his official four-kilometre “farewell ride” in the Saint Quentin velodrome in Paris. Remarkable, isn’t it? What made it even more memorable was that he declined to sit down after the ride and preferred to...
When magnolias bloom

When magnolias bloom

  A short short-story Motionless, like one of her window manikins, she watched the man. He collapsed his strange-looking bicycle and locked it to the single post in front of her shop. The contraption was a cross between an English Greyhound and an anorexic pedal-bike....
A funny thing happened on the way from the airport

A funny thing happened on the way from the airport

10 Unexpected lessons I learned on a three-day stay in Munich (The images tell their own story.) I was just being polite. I greeted the man in my best school German, inquiring about his health. “Guten Morgen, wie gehen es ihnen?” The Taxi driver at Munich airport must...
The Secret Life of Rock Ponds

The Secret Life of Rock Ponds

Flash fiction A gust carried the cry of the solitary fisherman to the children huddled below at the rock ponds. For a moment the two turned their faces as the wind swallowed the man’s warning. His dark figure waved at them from the far end of the pier, silhouetted...

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