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Literary group chooses most creative

5:05 PM, May 7, 2013
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The participants in the second meeting of "Hemingway's Shorts" - the new short-story fiction-writing group that meets locally -chose Hank Bruse's story during their May meeting as demonstrating the "most creative" use of the monthly supplied prompt. Bruse's story, ironically titled "How to Get Published," is presented and immediately follows the supplied prompt that sparked the story.

The Prompt:

Checking the mirror and her watch for a final time in this early morning hour, she opened her cabin door and stepped out into the seemingly endless hallway of the cruise ship. She began making ...

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