Wells and Wilde: A Fiction

Wells and Wilde: A Fiction

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2,671 words (≈ 11 minutes)

Oscar Wilde and H.G. Wells, young writers on the verge of fame, accept an invitation to dinner from a scientist with a time machine. On a lark the two climb in and find themselves in modern day, to humorous results. A comedic short story.

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Language: English

Written in: 2011

Published: 2011-05-05

Word count: 2,671 words (≈ 11 minutes)

License: Attribution No Derivatives (cc by-nd)

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Tom Triumph grew up in northeastern Massachusetts. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and SUNY Cortland he lived in New York City for four years before leaving for Vermont.

He wrote the dark comedy one-act play "The Best Roommate in the World" which was produced at Clark University in Worcester, MA. It was chosen to be revived the following fall for incoming freshmen. He has since written a play and various prose works.

While in the big city, he worked for several publishers, including William Morrow, George Braziller, and for the notorious Barney Rossett. Before leaving New York, he began writing and editing articles for a retail-consulting firm.

As a freelance writer, he has published in several retailing journals, including Women’s Wear Daily, Home Furnishing News, and Footwear News. In addition, his book reviews and commentaries have appeared in the Southern Vermont Review. Other articles have appeared in Rugby Magazine, the Mountain Villager, Vamlegram, Edutopia, and one of his cartoons has graced the pages of Seven Days, the local Vermont arts magazine. Many of his writing is available on his blog Tom Darling Writes! linked below.

Readers can explore his prose at www.thenightlibrarian.com

They will also enjoy his blog at www.tomdarling.wordpress.com

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