Monthly Archives: October 2021

Another Progress Report Supplement, from Jeff Baker (October 27, 2021)

Day Two; Around 11:09 pm CDT (I Know What You’re Thinking) Magnum P.I. playing on TV again and I am deep into writing this story and live blogging about it. (Same as yesterday/this morning.) Been at it about forty-five minutes … Continue reading

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A Progress Report Supplement, by Jeff Baker. October 26, 2021.

INTRODUCTION: Deep In The Plak Tow. My friend Jerome Stueart is a writer and artist, and he has been doing livestream videos of creating some of his artworks. (I have one, he’s good.) I wanted to do something like that, … Continue reading

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A Rainbow Snippets Post, from Jeff Baker (October 25, 2021.)

I just joined Rainbow Snippets! I’m not sure exactly how this works or when the regular schedule is, but I’m supposed to post six sentences from either an LGBT WIP or another LGBT work of fiction. This is from a … Continue reading

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Halloween Reading, Recommended by Jeff Baker. (October 24, 2021.)

Spooky Stories I Like by Jeff Baker I’ve done this before and (hopefully) I won’t be repeating myself from earlier years. This is a list of a few scary (okay mildly spooky) short-stories for Halloween. “The Cask of Amontillado” by … Continue reading

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“Trick and/or Treat” Friday Flash Fics (and Fiction) by Jeff Baker for October 22, 2021. (or is that 1975…)

Trick and Or Treat by Jeff Baker I turned fifteen years old the week before Halloween, Nineteen-Seventy-Five. I felt like an adult. I wasn’t, but you couldn’t tell fifteen-year old me anything. Trick-or-treating was for little kids, I had done … Continue reading

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“Your Silvery Beams” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for October 15th, 2021. (Play this one loud!)

Your Silvery Beams by Jeff Baker The Moon was a pretty good place to hold a concert, no sound outside the auditorium, so they could play as loud as they wanted. I grinned at Duke seated right next to me. … Continue reading

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A Quickie Flash Fiction Draw Story for October 11, 2020 from Jeff Baker. Mooooooo!

Can’t This Cow Go Any Faster? By Jeff Baker As the cow trundled across the unused cornfield, Nick marked of a spot on the map. “Your Dad’s old fountain pen still working?” Alex said. “Best it can jostling around on … Continue reading

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Nice Article About Me From My Old College. Jeff Baker, October 11, 2021.

Lindsey Giardino did me the kindness of interviewing me for the College newsletter a few weeks ago. Here’s the article. https://news.newmanu.edu/jeff-baker-short-story/

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“Orange Is the Color…” Friday Flash Fics Up a Tree by Jeff Baker. October 8, 2021.

Orange is the Color of My True Love’s… by Jeff Baker Years afterward I went and looked for the tree. It was early October and the leaves had hit that point where they changed overnight. In this case, the tree … Continue reading

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The Plain Old Power of Unbelief. Two Stories by Arthur and Kuttner. October 7, 2021 by Jeff Baker

The Plain Old Power of Unbelief By Jeff Baker I just finished reading a short-story, a science-fantasy story by Henry Kuttner titled “The Uncanny Power of Edwin Cobalt.” I stumbled across a mention of the basic plot somewhere and it … Continue reading

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