Deal Me In 2015 – Week 22 Wrap Up

Hello all! Below are links to new Deal Me In posts that I’ve found since our last update. Take a look at the links below to see what your DMI comrades have been reading.

“O” at Behold the Stars read the Robert Burns poem “To a Mouse, on Turning up Her Nest With the Plough” http://beholdthestars.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/to-mouse-on-turning-her-up-in-her-nest.html

Cleo at The Classical Carousel read the C.S. Lewis essay “A Panegyric to Dorothy L. Sayers”  http://cleoclassical.blogspot.ca/2015/05/a-panegyric-for-dorothy-sayers-by-cs.html

Dale at Mirror With Clouds posted about “Greenleaf” by one of the masters the short story, Flannery O’Connor https://mirrorwithclouds.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/flannery-oconnor-greenleaf/

Katherine at The Writerly Reader wrote about the story “In the Tank” by Andrew Bergman https://katenread.wordpress.com/2015/05/30/deal-me-in-week-22-in-the-tank/

Randall at Time Enough at Last drew the queen of spades and read Paul Horgan’s story “Black Snowflakeshttp://timeenuf.blogspot.com/2015/05/deal-me-in-week-22-black-snowflakes-by.html

Deal Me In “Extra!”:

I have a few Google Alerts set up to lead me to new items of interest on the Internet. Naturally, one of them looks for short story-related URLs. A lot of the hits there are of no interest to me, but every now and then a valuable nugget emerges from this short story sluice box (I know, that’s sort of a mixed metaphor(? is that usage even correct?) since sluice boxes aren’t used to discover nuggets).

Anyway, it happened Sunday when a link to a very short – and scary – story by Neil Gaiman plopped out. Check out the link below for his story “Click Clack the Rattlebag” which I thought I’d share- especially since it can be read in under five minutes. It gave me a couple goosebumps this morning as I was reading. (Of course this might be because it’s FREEZING here at my Panera this morning)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/hay-festival/11603446/Neil-Gaiman-Click-clack-the-Rattlebag.html

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