One of the hundred books a year I read:

One of the hundred books a year I read:

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How to Make Paper when the World is Ending

Dallas Woodburn

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As a kid, I devoured short stories of various genres. The fun was that another story always waited just a few pages away, so it didn’t matter as much if I liked the current one or not.

Unfortunately, short story magazines aren’t as popular today, but the internet offers the opportunity to read them—if you know where to look. When I stumbled across one of Dallas Woodburn’s stories, I knew I wanted more. To my delight, I found How to Make Paper When the World is Ending. That story joins 15 others in this collection.

Short stories, of course, can each stand on their own, but they have a theme. Each story here is about a ghost of some sort, but I don’t always mean true ghost. Some may have been about the past and the separation of time, or an event that forever alters a life, or even the ghosts of a relationship gone sour.

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