Another week, another dialogue. In this one, tenor Jonathan Knudsen gets a final farewell from his choir chums after his funeral.
This Dialogue will be appearing in Train. See the series for more.
The Creative Cafe published Tarnished Time. I’m so happy to see this one available to read for free. It’s also a part of my dialogue collection. Happy reading!
This week’s dialogue for my weekly fiction web series is Tarnished Time. It’s one of my favorites so far. Go ahead and check it out the series to see links and featured dialogues. A descriptive list of all the stories can be found at this link.
UPDATE: Tarnished Time has also been published separately in The Creative Cafe. You can read it at this link: https://thecreative.cafe/tarnished-time-4b7aae6e0151
From the story: All I do anymore is sit around remembering. . . I remember myself. Other people too. Places. Half-witted time. The kind that dances to the thoughts of other decades of one’s life.
Another story is listed as completed for my upcoming book. Keep cheering me on with likes and comments.
You can find a descriptive table of contents here.
Great news, bookworms: I’ve got a second story out this week! Thanks to The Creative Cafe for publishing You’re a Kid. If you have time, you should also read my longer story published at Literally Literary on Tuesday.
No. Not a thing on Mexican girl mustaches.
Hey, bookworms! I’ve got a new story up at Literally Literary. Check it out, leave some claps, and comment with your thoughts. Thanks!
A thin pamphlet on getting older — at least as old as a true youngster gets. Read up on it there he will, under H.
hair . . . . .p12
No. Nothing. Not a thing on Mexican girl mustaches. Dark line of lip hair. Upper lip. No beard. But still startling. Took a bit to get eyes to quit roaming the hips of blond beauties and to look directly at those accented lips. Yes it took time, but now Frank wants to lick that lip hair. And if there’s hair up there then there might be hair. . .
In matters of love, do you follow your heart or follow your brain?
I’ve written a new piece for my next planned book (tentatively titled Dialogues: a Collection of Creative Conversations). You can read featured dialogues and links to available dialogues on Randal’s Medium series. The option to follow as a series can be done for mobile users with the Medium.com app. Update: you can now read on computers too.
A drunk professor decides to verbally colonize her male graduate student in this new creative conversation from Randal Eldon Greene’s Dialogues.
This story is a part of my 2018 challenge: Write one story-in-dialogue a week all this year. Hopefully it gets published separately in some magazine, zine, or wherever so you can see it soon.
*Note: some web browsers will ask that you “read on a larger screen” when it comes to series. This is an EASY FIX. Simply zoom out a bit, or you can go full screen. Either option works. F11 on most PC keyboards is a great shortcut for going full screen and back. Hitting the control (Ctrl) key while using the scroll wheel on your mouse is the easiest method for zooming in and out (assuming you have a mouse and it has a scroll wheel).
“it‘s a fucking rainbow on your face!“
First GOOD NEWS, you can now read all Medium.com series without an app. This last Saturday when I posted about To Get to the Other Side this was not the case. Today, when I listed 88 “Spice Up Your Date” Shimmer Palette, it took me to an option to read the series in a web browser.
Note: some web browsers will ask that you “read on a larger screen” when it comes to series. This is an EASY FIX. Simply zoom out a bit, or you can go full screen. Either option works. F11 on most PC keyboards is a great shortcut for going full screen and back. Hitting the control (Ctrl) key while using the scroll wheel on your mouse is the easiest method for zooming in and out (assuming you have a mouse and it has a scroll wheel).You can always read the series on your phone by using the Medium app.
So, if you haven’t keep updated about dialogue series via Medium because of the previous mobile app requirement, please please please check it out.
Q: Why the hell did I write a story called 88 “Spice Up Your Date” Shimmer Palette?
A: Because I was inspired by the blogging-form of literature known as “the product review.” This story is a commentary on that and also delves into the deeper meaning of happiness in life.
If you still can’t get the app or Medium.com series to load up, I did make this story available as a regular article on Medium. Feel free to visit, read, and clap. Thanks.