A Work of Fiction
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A Work of Fiction

Paris, Unidentified Artist, 1855 — Public Domain from the Smithsonian Archive

Paris, 1921

A short story

Paris felt empty. Like an old suit of clothes still worn after losing so much weight, it just didn’t fit around the people the way it used to. How could it? The war killed so many and the flu decimated the rest.

Everything was cheap and that made it perfect for his purposes.

He was going to be a writer.




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Bryan Young

Bryan Young

Bryan Young is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, filmmaker, comics writer, and journalist. Learn more at www.swankmotron.com — Twitter: @swankmotron

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