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It's Monday Again

I haven't had a lot of time to post lately, but I think it's time to revive the It's Monday Again column. (On Monday, each week, I used to give an account here of the work done on the previous week. So this is what I'll do.)
I have several new projects, but I'd like to tell you about only one of them, which is really completely new. Several reviewers and readers pointed out, including some writers, that the stories told in my poetry book Unearthly Companion would also make good stories if they were told in prose. I've been thinking about this for a while, and gave it a try yesterday, and I wrote a short story based one of those in the book.
And it felt good. I'm not sure I will create a prose version for all the stories, but I really enjoyed writing this one, and I'd like to do some more.
This one is a horror story and a really creepy one. I hope you'll have the possibility to read it someday.

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