Monthly Archives: March 2011

Friends in High Places

This week cavalcadeofstars takes great pride in introducing Mike Handley. Friends in High Places By Mike Handley I sucked at baseball, which might explain why I’ve no interest in the boys of summer. I once had a card signed in … Continue reading

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Blown Away

Blown Away By Jeanette Cheezum I had just left work. A huge man had raced up behind me, but dropped to the pavement when gunshots ripped through him. Aroused by fear goose bumps crawled over my arms and up my … Continue reading

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Lydia Stefanovska

Lydia Stefanovska debuts at cavalcadeofstars this week with beautiful poetry and her first short story. Lydia sometimes uses a translator. She calls her poems songs. I love the way they sing. TIME GIVES NOTHING* Like a monk across the Alps … Continue reading

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Natalie

Natalie By Jeanette Cheezum Published in Thinking-Ten A Writer’s Playground Collections(Academic Edition) Anthology. Three nights from now, she wanted to go to the fall dance in the town square. What would she wear? Natalie had racked her brain trying to … Continue reading

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Luke and Abby

Harry B. Sanderford hops off his surfboard and takes center stage at cavalcadeofstars this week. Luke and Abby By Harry B. Sanderford Dark thunderheads loomed menacingly on the horizon throughout the afternoon and upon Luke’s arrival at Abby’s house made … Continue reading

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On A Wet Day

This week on cavalcadeofstars Cath Barton makes her debut from Wales. With a very interesting tale of fiction, or was it? On a Wet Day by Cath Barton The thin, pallid girl looked out at the puddles. Circles were flashing … Continue reading

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1950

1950 by Jeanette Cheezum She traced the sole of her shoe on cardboard that had supported the back of a legal pad. This would get her by for a week or longer . . . if it didn’t rain or … Continue reading

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