The First Ten Minutes (or so) of Creation

Then a common sense notion occurred to him. If you had ten things to do and some of them were difficult, let’s say like creating a land snail tasty enough to serve in a fancy pants restaurant, or easy, like making rain, wouldn’t you do the easy stuff first, so that at the end of the day, you could say you accomplished something?

Cover Letter

by Wayne Cresser (Originally published by The Journal of Microliterature) Norman White 22 Sparrow Lane Providence, RI 02903 May 1, 2014 Sally Amen Director of Advancement Handel University 84 Erie Avenue Passaic, New Jersey 07055 Dear Selection Committee, I know it’s an unconventional opening gambit, but I’d like to start by asking you a question.... Continue Reading →

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