Robert Culp | @RHCulp
SHORT STORIES: A LOVE LETTER
I have an embarrassing admission to make. Several actually. The first is that until recently I generally thought short stories were dull and only good for English textbooks. I didn’t even realize that short story markets existed outside textbooks and if you’d asked me if I’d ever read an anthology I would have had to find a dictionary.
The second embarrassing thing is that the only reason I started reading short stories is because I wanted to write short stories, and the only reason I wanted to write short stories was to get the practice was to publish a novel.
I have since learned the error of my ways.
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