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A “Currant” Affair Bob Hirt When little Charlie came in to the animal hospital he was wrapped in a blanket; not that it was cold, he was just unable to walk in under his own power. It all started at the beginning of a vacation for his owners, Mr. and Mrs. William Gillespie. They started…

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To Be or Not Bob Petrucelli It’s midnight on the Grand Central Parkway in New York City. A 60 year old man, obese, six feet tall, dressed in a Brooks Brothers overcoat and vested suit is standing on the ledge of the bridge crossing the highway. There is very little traffic because it is Thanksgiving.…

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Lucky me Bob Hirt We lived in a small village, population 3200, in Western New York State and it had all the characteristics of many small villages nationwide; a couple of gas stations, a restaurant, a bank, an insurance agency, a barbershop, a dentist, two doctors and of course, a funeral home. The pace was…

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Bob Hirt If you enjoy writing and feel that you want to share your skills, enjoy camaraderie, and the willingness to be open to discussion and critique, why not come to our monthly New Horizons Writers Group meeting? There are no dues, just a commitment to attend meetings with regularity, and purpose. We’re a small…

New Horizons Writers’ Group

What I Hoped For: to Aaron, the North Acre of Tara Trace Gary Rose Beyond those 12 fir trees we planted, in such a straight line, was an acre set aside for the future. I had hoped, in my mind, that someday you could build a house there and live with your own family (even…

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Captain Twilight Roy Parfitt The escalator is a masterpiece of art and engineering, combining stainless steel, titanium and carbon fiber. It moves upward at a smooth, rapid pace. Hank Mckenzie looks up expectantly as he approaches the hatch, looking not unlike a trap door. He presses a button on the left side of the band…

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Frannie Bob Hirt That small white wooden cross stands along the side of the road amongst the rocks in the middle of nowhere, visible to every soul that passes by daily each likely wondering with a touch of sadness—what happened on that fateful night? That cross seems to say so much and yet so little.…

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Bob Hirt If you enjoy writing and reading your stories but want to be in a small group of eight to ten and enjoy camaraderie and good humored exchange, chatter, ideas, etc. maybe we are the group for you. We meet once monthly. We encourage critiquing. We limit readers to 10 minutes each. Original works…

New Horizons Writers’ Group

Rollin’ Along with Steam Bob Hirt My wife had just heard the familiar “whoo-whoo” of the locomotive from our kitchen as the train rolled into town on a Sunday afternoon. The Attica Railroad, now a familiar tourist train with its bright orange engine and three passenger cars had just returned from its distant terminus some…

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Bob Hirt If you enjoy writing and reading your stories but want to be in a small group of 8-10, enjoy camaraderie and good-humored exchange, chatter, ideas, etc., maybe we are the group for you. The New Horizons Writers’ Group meets once monthly. We encourage critiquing. We limit readers to 10 minutes each. Original works…