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Hemingway's Shorts chooses whale of a tail

5:59 PM, Aug. 23, 2013
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Hemingway's Shorts, a short-story fiction-writing group, chose Ellen Roeseler's story for the August meeting.

The Prompt: The fishing trawler heaved heavy in the twelve-foot swells being produced by the angry Arctic Ocean. With the deck awash in roiling seawater and chum, he hung on to any available metal cross-member as he made his way aft. He hadn't planned on getting seasick, least of all in the lap of the very man who hired him. But, now that the deed was done, he thought it best to repair to the relative safety of his bunk. As he rounded the corner of the pilothouse, his eyes beheld a sight that ...

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