Title: An Evening With Esmarelda
Subtext: A passing fancy.
Date: 16 Oct 15 (Friday in the PM)
Time: 3 minutes
Replies: 9
Revisions: 8
Publicity: Workshop
The train tracks were not used as frequently as they may have been in days past. They cut the corner of the edge of town, past a power plant, over a bridge, . . . it goes on – however, this piece is for writers.

There's a lot of stuff growing in The Land, but you've got to be a writer to see it all. We push a selection out to a superfeed for public viewership. The rest — along with replies and revisions — is workshop material.


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