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Short stories (fiction and non-fiction) published in magazines.
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May 2006
Sebastian Junger
Sebastian Junger: Welcome Stranger First impressions and hard-won lessons from a road trip across the U.S. and into Mexico. mark for My Articles
America's Civil War
Gordon Berg
USCT Soldiers' Heroism at the Battle of New Market Heights On a gunfire-swept slope near Richmond on September 29, 1864, U.S. Colored Troops stood to the test and proved black men made good professional soldiers. Fourteen of them received the Medal of Honor for their bravery. mark for My Articles
Car and Driver
December 2005
William Jeanes
The Ride of a Lifetime I do not make a habit of risking my life by opting to ride out Category Four hurricanes. Faced with important decisions, I usually assemble the facts, digest them, and make my call. Here were the facts. mark for My Articles
Real Travel Adventures
November 2005
Antonio Graceffo
The Monk From Brooklyn at the Shaolin Temple The author recounts his experience as one of only 50 foreigners ever allowed to study Kung Fu in the oldest kung fu school in the world. mark for My Articles
High on Adventure
October 2005
Lance K. Pugh
Sticky Fingers in the Web One man recounts his night-time dream about raccoons that surf the Internet. mark for My Articles
Seasoned Cooking
September 2005
Rossana S. Tarantini
September -- Back to School How the author and her family celebrated family time and the beginning of the school year. mark for My Articles
August 22, 2005
Tim Gray
A Click And 49 Cents Buys You a Book Amazon debuts download-able short stories for less than 50 cents. The company also announced today that it will offer an online photo service through Shutterfly. mark for My Articles
July 2005
Mark Jenkins
The Calculus of Risk Modern adventure is safer than you think--once you know the difference between legitimate danger and irrational fear. Not surprisingly, both are inversely proportional to competence. mark for My Articles
July 2005
Neal Pollack
Spock the Sith Slayer Fan fiction, where people create their own stories based on characters from movies and TV, has exploded online. The Internet, with its easily accessible archive of media, provides people with almost infinite universes to draw upon. mark for My Articles
June 2005
Denis Collins
Lucky Man The story of a stroke of astonishing good fortune that even the author's skeptical father might embrace. mark for My Articles
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