The Old Soldier has three flyers up in Sonny’s Tavern asking for short story submissions for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. One flyer is in the men’s room next to the urinal. One is in the women’s room (Debbie the bartender put that one in there so I don’t know where it’s at) and one in the barroom next to the dart machine.
I also carry business cards for the PFF Gazette in my wallet. The Old Soldier takes this blogging business seriously.
Hello, everyone! It’s a chilly, overcast day in Pittsburgh. I heard on the radio that the University of Pittsburgh football team defeated the #16 ranked college football team in the nation last night.
The Old Soldier is stretched out on the sofa, jotting in his notebook, enjoying a few cans of Old Milwaukee Beer.
I’ll probably end up at Sonny’s Tavern later this evening. Sonny’s is only three blocks away and since one of the owners allowed (Paul actually suggested it) me to put up the flyers, maybe I should spend more time in the place, get to know the clientele, make myself known and promote the PFF Gazette in person.
Keep reading and keep writing that flash fiction.
- 5 Ways To Know If You Are A Writer (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
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