Short Stories

HarmonicaLessons.com visitors submit fiction or non-fiction short stories based on experiences that involve the harmonica or harmonica playing. If you are a member and would like to have a short story included in our collection, please note the procedures for submission in Members Section version of this page.
Collected Short Stories:
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  • Patrick O'Hannigan 5/17/05
  • Ian Hunt 12/1/04
  • Andy Cole- 11/15/03
  • Julia- 7/21/03
  • Marco- 4/30/03
  • Bluzharper- 4/26/03
  • Steve Bryan- 3/26/03
  • Craig Milo Rogers- 3/18/03
  • Dan Oreskovic- 2/4/03
  • Dutch Martin- 12/18/02
  • Mark Wilson- 12/17/02
  • Nick Richmond- 12/12/02
  • E-J 9/10/02
  • Derell Gibson- 12/28/01
  • Scrappy Pappy- 11/15/01
  • Craig Godfrey- 10/30/01
  • Steve Wanvig- 10/30/01
  • MRrickHein- 10/1/01
  • Bro.Bob- 9/24/01
  • Mike Ross- 7/16/01
  • Patrick McKenna- 7/9/01
  • Rick Lowy- 6/9/01
  • Steve Gregory- 5/21/01
  • Willy Senkiwsky- 4/27/01
  • Willy Senkiwsky- 4/23/01
  • Tom Hearne- 4/10/01
  • Jerry Stack- 11/15/00
  • Rolf Berschneider- 9/16/00
  • Craig Milo Rogers- 9/15/00

    • Harmonica Lessons.com members may submit stories- If you are a member and would like to have a short story included in our collection, please log in and note the procedures for submission on the Members Section version of this page. A link is included there for submitting your story.

    • Word count: minimum and maximum- The word count for all stories submitted should be no longer than 750 words (one story of this length or a few totaled that remain within the 750 word limit). Nor, should your submission be less than 125-150 words (more of an actual story and not just a one paragraph anecdote).

    • Spelling, punctuation, and grammar- Be sure to double-check your spelling, punctuation, and grammar before submitting your story.

    • What would you like included?- Please let us know if you would like your email address included with your name. A short 2-3 line bio of your history with the harmonica may also be included if you choose to do so.




    If you'd like to see what the pros are writing about, visit the "Featured Articles" section.





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