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Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Williams Feb 6, 2010.
On July 25, 1841, a young woman disappeared. Her name was Mary Rogers, and she had a certain mystery about her. She was known as a lovely and vivacious clerk at a popular tobacco store frequented by 19th century New York's esteemed community of writers and journalists. Among them was an up-and-coming young author called Edgar Allen Poe, who had just been named the editor of Graham's Magazine. His short story, "The Murders of the Rue Morgue" had recently been published by Graham's, to popular…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2010 at 10:30pm
About six or seven years ago, when I was still creating writing credits to add to my resumé, I was enjoying the relative success of a short story I had written called "The Experiment," a story of everyday torture based on real events, and I was at a sort of crossroads as I decided what I would…Continue
Posted on March 6, 2010 at 10:16am