Links to Stories and Articles

August 2018: my meditation on Ernest Hemingway’s aphorism about writing ‘one true sentence’ was published by Writer’s Atelier. Here’s the link: https://writersatelier.com/one-true-sentence-by-paul-b-cohen/

July 2018: ‘See You in the Future’ is now available in the ‘Tomorrow’ issue, published by ‘Here Comes Everyone’. Here’s a link to buy a copy: http://herecomeseveryone.me/product/the-tomorrow-issue/

April 2018 update: ‘Tea and Biscuits’ will appear in a short story anthology to be published by Blackthorn Press, and is eligible for a prize in the @RyedaleBookFest. More details to follow.

And my story ‘See You in the Future’ will appear in the ‘Tomorrow’ issue, courtesy of ‘Here Comes Everyone’. Again, details to follow.

Other Published Stories:

‘Involuntary Donation’ – Avis, published by Manchester Metropolitan University

‘The Rabbi and the Orchard’ – Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle: http://www.jewishchronicle.org/2016/12/02/short-story-the-rabbi-and-the-orchard/

‘On Being Rejected in Less Than Five Minutes’ – Submittable: https://blog.submittable.com/2016/10/guest-post-on-being-rejected-in-less-than-five-minutes/

‘Man on a Wire’ – Pure Slush: http://pureslush.webs.com/

‘Outsiders’ – Poetica: http://www.poeticamagazine.com/estory-third-edition

‘The Projectionist’ – Prole, Volume 18: http://www.prolebooks.co.uk

‘From The Train’ – Gold Dust: http://issuu.com/golddust/docs/issue27_v7small, and go to page 21

‘Safe in Parks’ – Spelk: http://spelkfiction.com/2015/03/05/safe-in-parks/

‘Lecha Dodi’ – Moment: https://www.momentmag.com/moment-magazine-karma-foundation-fiction-3/

‘Family Man’ – Conclave, Volume 8 (available via Amazon!)

‘The Fall of Nineveh’ – Poetica: http://www.poeticamagazine.com/estory

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