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I've written a short (1600 words) Halloween story. The publisher called for a story that had an element of Halloweens-in-the-past, and this is what I came up with. it's based on some real history: October, 1918 was the deadliest month for the Spanish flu, and college dorms in the US were sometimes pressed into service as temporary infirmaries. I used that to create the urban legend about "Halloweens in the past" that appears in this story. While this is technically a ghost story, it's really a love story. I'd appreciate comments, so if you want to read it, drop me a note and I'll send you the pass key. Thanks!
I'm pleased to annouce the call for submissions to a new anthology illuminating the LGBTQ experience.
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