The opening of my Lenin novel

The evening of January 21, 1924, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars, was busy dying. He kept sinking into the bog of unconsciousness, filling up his mouth and nose with corrosive muck the color of the Soviet flag. Eventually, he would resurface, but each time he remained under longer and longer, and each time […]

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Five Points Acceptance

My 250-word flash has been accepted for publication by Five Points magazine. The publication is highly rated according to the 2016 Pushcart Prize Literary Magazine Ranking for Fiction.

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