Monthly Archives: March 2014

CLOSURE

Photo by Burke Campbell The missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 has unleashed a storm of extraordinary feelings. This reminded me of a story I wrote years ago. I thought I’d post it. “Closure” a short story by Burke Campbell Yes, … Continue reading

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SUDDEN NEW WORLD

Sudden New World 32 YEARS AGO, WE LIVED in a very different world. Almost no one owned a computer. Few had heard of the Internet. There was no YouTube, Twitter, iPhone, Facebook. In 1982, you couldn’t meet anyone online or … Continue reading

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VOICE AS BRIGHT AS SILVER

VOICE AS BRIGHT AS SILVER (Black and white photos by Joseph Hammond) This gentleman has a voice as bright as silver in sunlight. He’s awfully handsome, too. His name is James Alexander Byous, and he’s an up-and-coming singer/songwriter/star. He knows … Continue reading

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