Jul 31, 2017
"The Sun Dog Trail" by Jack London: In this tense Jack London short story, set in the harsh wilderness of the Alaskan Yukon, an Indian guide named Sitka Charlie is paid by a white woman to take her on a dangerous journey 1,500 miles by sled on the trail of man that takes them to the Bering Straits.
Jul 24, 2017
"The Crime at Pickett's Mill" by Ambrose Bierce: We rarely see accounts of military screw-ups that result in needless deaths of hundreds, sometimes thousands, of brave men, because they are covered up by the generals who order them. This story by Ambrose Bierce regarding a massive blunder by Generals Sherman and...
Jul 17, 2017
"How They Ran Away" by Louisa May Alcott: Two 11 year- old boys decide to head up the mountain on a hunting trip but find themselves lost and hungry by nightfall.
Jul 10, 2017
"The Three Kings of Bermuda" by Washington Irving: In this classic two-part short story by Washington Irving, who is recognized as the first American author of classic works, we find two stories, the first being the Bermuda wreck of the flotilla commanded by Sir George Somers which is on its way to Jamestown to resupply...