Prole reader and writer group

Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

This blog is for readers to share their reflections about the poetry, stories and essays published in Prole. Our writers are encouraged to pop in from time to time and contribute to discussion threads.

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Cleanse the Soul, Ease the Longing, by Michail Mulvey

FictionPosted by editor Sun, April 21, 2013 12:49:43
Reflection on and reaction to Cleanse the Soul, Ease the Longing, by Michail Mulvey.

Michail Mulvey, the illegitimate offspring of a gin-addled Dorothy Parker and a Guinness-stained Brendan Behan, is a retired Connecticut educator – 30 years middle school. For the last nine years he has been an instructor of English at Central Connecticut State University. He holds degrees in English and an MFA in Creative Writing. He’s been published in War Literature and the Arts, The Noctua Review, Scissors and Spackle, Hobo Pancakes, Fiction on the Web, and The Feathered Flounder. His short story “The Enemy” was accepted for publication in Remembrances of Wars Past: A War Veterans Anthology.

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