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  1. Naptown 00 - Introduction 0. Naptown Tales

    By Altimexis, in Non-Fiction. 01/15/2011 (Updated: 01/15/2011)

    Although modern day “Naptown” is very different from Indianapolis in 1972, it's still in the Bible Belt and gay teens face challenges even today. Let me explain what I faced that led me deeply into the closet. (Revised June 18, 2010)

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    Just a Little More

    By RCD, in Non-Fiction. 01/21/2011 (Updated: 01/21/2011)

    Author RCD

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    Kenny & Keith

    By MidNight_Love, in Non-Fiction. 05/21/2011 (Updated: 05/21/2011)

    (This story, will be a very long chapter story. This is completely real involving me & my wife, but inste- well your see.)

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    Johnathan Colourfield's Academic Papers

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Non-Fiction. 03/22/2013 (Updated: 03/22/2013)

    A collection of essays and papers from school that I thought would share with GA :)

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    Things i find helpful

    By Winged_Wolf, in Writing Tips. 04/24/2018 (Updated: 04/24/2018)

    worksheets and tips that i find are helpful for when i am working. you are more than welcome to copy and use for yourself!

  6. St. Molly

    By RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 07/07/2018 (Updated: 07/07/2018)

    Our dog Molly, with guest appearances by Rocky, her boon companion, and Fluffy, her mentor.

  7. Collections

    By RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 01/10/2019 (Updated: 02/03/2019)

    This is a collection of short non-fiction pieces I've previously posted on this site. I'm slowly moving them to one place and deleting them as separate entries.

    I realize I'll unfortunately lose some readers' reactions and comments, but the move should make my writing easier to find. It's also what the site editors suggest.

  8. My Coming Out Story

    By LittleBuddhaTW, in Non-Fiction. 01/08/2011 (Updated: 01/08/2011)

    The true story of accepting my sexuality and "coming out"

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    Recollections

    By NickolasJames8, in Non-Fiction. 01/15/2011 (Updated: 01/15/2011)

    In 2006 my family went to California for a vacation. We had a lot of fun, and I got to see a lot of family, many of whom I hadn't seen since 1999. During the course of this visit, I made a lot of observations and relived a lot of memories, good and bad.

  10. Untitled

    By icedfire, in Non-Fiction. 01/22/2011 (Updated: 01/22/2011)

    A reflective, semi-autobiographical short essay.

  11. What To Say, What To Say

    By Comicality, in Writing Tips. 01/30/2011 (Updated: 01/30/2011)

    An article discussing the fear and doubt in starting your own story, and finding a way to get past it to get those initial ideas out on paper

  12. Selfish

    By Damond, in Non-Fiction. 09/20/2011 (Updated: 09/20/2011)

    Venting.

  13. Excerpts

    By prettyname, in Non-Fiction. 02/23/2013 (Updated: 02/23/2013)

    Short excerpts of thoughts on my life. I'm not sure what this will become or what I will talk about. It feels more like an organized and focused journal than an actual story. I feel these thoughts are worth sharing, though.

  14. The Letter Archives

    By Henry_Henry2012, in Non-Fiction. 04/20/2013 (Updated: 04/20/2013)

    The letter archives comprise of collections of essays and letters written by: lovers, friends, brothers, sisters, acquaintances, and alike, which span across: generations, religion, culture, region, color, age, and of time. At a point in our existence, one must question oneself as to what makes the human condition. And these are but a sample of the processes of what people have in their lives.

  15. In spite of the fear

    By alex canton, in Non-Fiction. 05/16/2015 (Updated: 05/28/2015)

    "I will take care of you when you are old," my patient told me more than a quarter of a century ago. I paid no heed as the relationship was professional and my mind had no room for more than my wife and children.Time went by, my wife died, the children grew...and Luis is taking care of me.This is our story.

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