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    WHAT DID YOU EXPECT By Chella Courington

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    WHAT DID YOU EXPECTBy Chella Courington The nurse tells me not to move for thirty minutes and slides me into the opening. I lie on a narrow padded bed...

    MY SUMMER AS A RENT-A-COP By Joe Albanese

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    MY SUMMER AS A RENT-A-COPBy Joe Albanese Amusement parks are only amusing to its employees in an ironic sense. My summer working there a s security guard in the summer of 2016 could...

    BEAT ON: A MEDITATION ON VIOLENCE, TEACHING, & PAPER MAKING, by Nika Cavat

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    BEAT ONA Meditation on Violence,Teaching, & Paper MakingBy Nika CavatIn this here place, we flesh; flesh that weeps, laughs; flesh that dances on bare feet in grass. Love it. Love it hard....

    COFFEE AND PRAYERS, by Caleb Dros

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    COFFEE AND PRAYERSBy Caleb Dros I didn’t know it back then, not until I thought about it, that something as simple as coffee and prayers on those lazy Saturday...

    I AM A HILLWALKER By David McVey

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    I AM A HILLWALKERBy David McVey  I climbed my first Munro in 1976 but I didn’t know, then, that it was a Munro.Every year, in September, there used to be a mass sponsored walk from...

    IN THE INKY WHORL OF NIGHT By Chella Courington

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    IN THE INKY WHORL OF NIGHTBy Chella Courington Lying in darkness next to my snoring husband, I begin to feel my breasts—a practice I usually reserve for daylight. But...