Winning Short Story: AFTERNOON CABARET by Grey Hall

Watch the May 2016 Winning Short Story Reading. Watch AFTERNOON CABARET: Get to know writer Grey Hall:  Matthew Toffolo: What is your 1pg Short Story about? Grey Hall: It is about meeting Andrea Marcovicci in NYC as part of my research on a book about Carolina Ballet. MT: What genres would you say this short… Continue reading Winning Short Story: AFTERNOON CABARET by Grey Hall

Winning Short Story: THE END by Lionel Walfish

Old fashioned, elegant theater stage with velvet curtains.

Watch the May 2016 Winning Short Story Reading. Watch THE END: Get to know writer Lionel Walfish: Matthew Toffolo: What is your 1pg Short Story about? Lionel Walfish: The trials and tribulations of a Broadway actor. MT: What genres would you say this short story is in? LW: Fiction MT: How would you describe this… Continue reading Winning Short Story: THE END by Lionel Walfish

Winning Short Story: The Dad Sweater by Joshua Collins

Watch the May 2016 Winning Short Story Reading. Watch THE DAD SWEATER: Story performed by actor Sean Kaufman Get to know writer Joshua Collins: Matthew Toffolo: What is your 1pg Short Story about? Joshua Collins: In a short synopsis: its about realizing one’s self worth based on ‘social-titles’, in a culture where self worth is measured… Continue reading Winning Short Story: The Dad Sweater by Joshua Collins

Winning Short Story: Lorna’s Island by Louise Johnson

Watch the May 2016 Winning Short Story Reading. Watch LORNA’S ISLAND: Get to know writer Louise Johnson: Matthew Toffolo: What is your 1pg Short Story about? Louise Johnson: A father travels to a tiny Greek island to unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding his daughter’s death. But he’s obstructed by shifty cops and insular locals. MT: What… Continue reading Winning Short Story: Lorna’s Island by Louise Johnson

Winning Short Story: Together and Separate by Herb Schultz

One person died in this three-car crash. (KATU News photo)

Siamese twins resigned to lifelong existence in each others company unexpectedly separate after a car accident.