A delightful conversation between Prompt writers and friends, Sam Hedenberg and Dennis William. From inspiration to writing style and back again.
A former high school English teacher gives his take on the archaic art of writing letters of recommendation for students applying to college.
Sam grew up believing tattoos were trashy. This is the story of how his mind changed and he got his very first one.
You know that feeling of adventure before you open the mailbox? It could be anything. Sam savors that moment, and even the small disappointments along the way.
Sam has never been in a fight. And while that sounds like something to commend, he still has a nagging feeling—did he miss out on a rite of passage?
When is the right time to put up your Christmas lights? When should you take them down? In the competitive suburbs, you’re always on the clock.
Some patrons don’t mind requesting a discount. But it’s a bit presumptuous, no? Bartender Sam reflects on why you should never ask.
Some go to church to be closer to Jesus, while others go to church to be closer to girls. So how did that all go so wrong?
Sam knows that having an infant can really mess up your social life. But with a little perspective, maybe the Fourth of July can bring fireworks.