I wrote “Our Lady of the Harbor” several years ago. I’m pretty sure I can’t write any better than I did while creating this story, but it went through twenty rejections before finding a home. I thank editor Glenn Lyvers for choosing to include it in Dual Coast, Issue # 7. Here – at long last! – is the link: https://dualcoastmagazine.com/our-lady-of-the-harbor-by-ro…/
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I’ve learned to stick with a story through years and years of rewrites. “Train” is a perfect example. I’ve torn it up and tinkered with it for twenty years and now it has a home. The folks at Mysteriacal-E were amused by my genre-stretching, noir meets Sf story. I hope it will amuse you, too!