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HELEN HAGEMANN, Author of THE LAST ASBESTOS TOWN

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Tell us a bit about yourself – something that we will not find in the official author’s bio? I discovered creative writing while studying as a mature-age student at...

WOW by Boris Kokotov

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A trap I have mixed feelings about what happened that day --following her out of curiosity,staying in her place for no reason except… Pity. Is it...

THE PASSION by Tracy Mann

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THE PASSION Jesus is condemned to death The news came to me from Brazil in the late 1970s.  The transparent airmail envelope, striped in green and...

BAD COFFEE by Alicia Young

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BAD COFFEE By: Alicia Young             Kira twirled her index finger repeatedly around the metal utensil submerged in her caramel latte. She despised the waiting game...

EDWARD DANIEL HUNT, Author of PENANCE

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Edward Daniel Hunt’s short stories have appeared in the Scarlett Leaf Review, Down in the Dirt Magazine and Adelaide Literary Magazine. “Hit Men Have Feelings Too” was named a finalist in Adelaide...

POPULATION DENSITY by Gary Beck

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Decay of Democracy The political charadein divided Americabecomes tenser dailyas issues, agendas, ambitionsrasp the public well-beingtrying to survivean irresponsible President,who tells the people‘there are good peopleon each side’when nazis...

THE SAD, IRONIC FATE OF SULLIVAN BALLOU by Frank Emerson

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THE SAD, IRONIC FATE OF SULLIVAN BALLOU Of all the letters associated with the American Civil War, two stand out as arguably the most beautiful and touching – certainly...

THE KISS by Debbie Cutler

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The Kiss Kayla wanted to kiss a man at 12:45 a.m. under the midnight sun during the finale of the fireworks display in Eagle River, Alaska. That was her...

LOYALTY by Alan Swyer

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"LOYALTY" "I don't know what in hell you expect from me," Ross Tanner growled as Ackerman entered his Las Vegas office. "Fifteen minutes of your time,...

DON’T TELL by Keith Manos

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Don't Tell He stands next to my desk and uses this pen with green ink to mark my homework.  I’m so used to the red markings that every other...