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"Moonlight"

My short story "Moonlight" has just been published by the good folks at decomP. I wrote the story several years ago during a brief Frank Sinatra phase and while I was particularly obsessed with his rendition of "Moonlight Serenade." Writing the story, I tried to impart the feeling I get whenever a great song like "Moonlight Serenade" completely absorbs me, and to project that feeling onto a protagonist who is reflecting on what that song once meant to him during much happier times. I hope I was successful, and that you enjoy it regardless.

October 1, 2008 in Fiction | Permalink

Comments

Nice story. Very much reminded me of Cheever.

Posted by: Richard at Oct 1, 2008 11:25:07 AM