We are trying something new here at the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. We are trying to serve a readership that is serious about writing and being a writer and that at the same time has a deep interest in sex.
Do you know of anyone who would be interested in an online magazine like that?
It’s nearly 1:00 in the afternoon. The Old Soldier has just come back from a lovely walk around the neighborhood. I ended up walking through Schenley Park. Schenley Park runs between the campuses of the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. I walked out of the park into South Oakland.
So, there I was walking along, enjoying the sunshine and the warm weather, singing rock and roll to myself in a low-whisper and sipping from my plastic bottle of melting ice. I was a happy camper.
I passed Dawson Street.
Dawson Street? Dawson Street? Dawson Street?
Why that was the street that Andy Warhol grew up on when he lived in Pittsburgh.
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