There’s something charming about small things: the milk blister on a newborn’s lip, the littlest matryoshka doll, the journey of a drop of rain on a window.

This blog will celebrate small stories. Most of them will be only 100 words long—enough to introduce you to a character and a moment. Some of the stories will be complete, while others will require you to figure out what happens next.

I hope you’ll hear some interesting voices here, and that you’ll read some stories that make you feel—maybe enough emotion for a single tear, a fleeting smile, a quick intake of breath. Small things.

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