Story “Sold” to The Drabblecast

Norm Sherman of The Drabblecast ( has let me know they’ve accepted my Drabble (a 100-word story) “Wall of Gloves”. (I say “accepted” and not “sold” since there is no payment for drabbles.)

If you don’t know The Drabblecast, they run slightly offbeat, short speculative fiction. They ran “All In” by my friend Peter Atwood in July, 2008. Well worth your time to check out.

More to come when I know when it will be running, but in the meantime, the opening line is:

The second most terrifying thing is the wall of gloves: winter ones, thick and heavy; a white leather golfer’s; multicolour woollen mittens; a lady’s white, silk elbow-length.


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