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Strange Stories and Themes:

 1 ramuf, Wed, 17th Apr '13 5:26:18 PM from Hjaalmarch
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I'm just a person who writes random short stories just as a hobby. Rather recently, I started writing something that quickly became more serious than the other crazy things I usually write.

What I was wondering was if an unusual story that doesn't take itself very seriously could still deal with themes that would normally be associated with a story of a... higher caliber.

Just wanted to see what people thought.
I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier
 2 Gaon, Wed, 17th Apr '13 5:41:24 PM from Grim Up North Relationship Status: Above such petty unnecessities
As long as you are able to clash them well and respectfully, anything could happen.

Good writing can move mountains.

edited 17th Apr '13 5:41:42 PM by Gaon

[up][up] Might I suggest you check out The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer? It has a nice balance of silly and serious, and there's a lot of silly.

In other words, yes, all that matters is good writing.

edited 17th Apr '13 6:23:15 PM by fillerdude

 4 ramuf, Wed, 17th Apr '13 6:29:09 PM from Hjaalmarch
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Looks crazier than my story for sure. I'm just always plagued by self-doubt. Wanted to get someone else's opinion.
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