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Monday, May 09, 2016

Fiction for Spring Weather in Syndic

Need some encouragement to start on that spring yardwork? Whether you want something to read or something to listen to while you’re mowing, check out this story that might just make you reconsider doing the yardwork at all.

“Leaving” was published in the most recent issue of Syndic Literary Journal. I read the story last year on Baltimore’s NPR station, WYPR. They warned: “Are you planning on taking advantage of the spring weather to get outside and do some yard work? If you are, let this next story be a cautionary tale. And if you’re not, well, let this next story be an excuse.”

In the same issue, you’ll find literary work by Charles Rammelkamp, Nitin Jagdish, and founding editor LeRoy Chatfield, who started the San Francisco based literary journal back in 1958.


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