Deal Me In 2015 – Week 14 Wrap Up

Hello! Below are links to new Deal Me In posts that I’ve found since the last update. If you’ve written a DMI post this week that I missed, let me know in the comments and I will circle back and update this wrap-up post.

I’m still enjoying the wide variety of stories and other short works that everyone is sharing. Keep up the good work, Deal Me In-ers! 🙂 Hope you enjoyed the Easter Weekend, which I’ll use as an excuse to share a picture of my Mom’s Easter egg tree for the second time on this blog. 🙂

Randall at Time Enough At Last posted about the Robert Penn Warren story “Have You See Sukie?”

Katherine at The Writerly Reader read Mikhail Lermontov’s “The Fatalist” …AND it was a full moon this weekend so her Lunar Extra story was Mary Shelley’s “The Invisible Girl”

Dale at Mirror With Clouds read Ring Lardner’s “The Golden Honeymoon” Dale also did a series of posts last week featuring stories by Joyce Carol Oates that are worth checking out – especially if you’re a fan of that author.

“o” at Classical Carousel read “Sonnet XXIX” by Garcilaso de la Vega

Cleo at Behold the Stars posts about Henrik Ibsen’s “Hedda Gabler”

Jay at Bibliophilopolis (hey, that’s me!) read Frank Bill’s “A Coon Hunter’s Noir”

See you next week!


  1. Paula Cappa said,

    April 6, 2015 at 8:00 am

    I really like these wrap-ups!


    • Jay said,

      April 7, 2015 at 7:27 am

      Thanks, Paula. I like that having a whole group exploring different stories and authors “widens the net” and I get to hear about more than I could cover with my own reading.


  2. Alex said,

    April 7, 2015 at 6:24 am

    I’ll be better at posting about my progress on Deal Me In – promise! You know, until very recently I didn’t know Easter trees were a thing. Have the feeling they will because main-stream very soon!


    • Jay said,

      April 7, 2015 at 7:29 am

      No worries, since posting is not required. The important thing is to keep the short story reading pulse going. 🙂

      I’ve never seen an Easter Egg Tree besides my Mom’s. It would be nice if they made a comeback. It is a miracle, to me, that those eggs have eluded accidents and survived for so many decades.


  3. tracybham said,

    April 10, 2015 at 2:05 pm

    I love the Easter Egg tree. Thanks for sharing that.


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