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Published Jul 31, 2019 · 459 words (2 minutes) · 64 views
I think every writer has tried to write the "dialogue-only" story (especially those of us who love old-time radio). They tell us it never works. We call the effect "voices in the dark." But, for some stories, all that's left are voices in the dark...
Published Jul 31, 2019 · 6,295 words (23 minutes) · 5 likes · 212 views
Dr. Trevin’s Traveling Zoological Extravaganza raked in the cash in the early days of the DNA-mutating plague—it was even featured in Newsweek! But now that mutated animals roam every city and town, Trevin and Caprice (a preternaturally smart 12-year-old) will need to resort to more desperate measures to stay relevant.
This Nebula-finalist story originally appeared in Asimov’s in 2004. Author James Van Pelt, an English teacher turned full-time writer, has also been nominated for the Sturgeon and Campbell awards, and published dozens of short stories and novels.
Published Jul 31, 2019 · 224 words (1 minute) · 18 views
Second Person Point of View stories written (and published) by me