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Fiction - Year VI - Number 48 - May 2021

    BLACK HOLES by Jaclyn Reed

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    Black Holes             Jessica sat on the small kitchen table with her feet on the head chair and stared out the window, a cigarette pinched between her thumb and...

    ATOM AND VOID by Riley Winchester

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    Atom and Void The lobby at the ReAt Agency was pale and insipid. The walls were made of white bricks that were cold to the touch when I dragged...

    DAMAGED GOODS by Steve Slavin

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    Damaged Goods 1 Rather late one weekday evening, I saw a very attractive woman struggling to pull a huge suitcase up the subway station stairs.

    STANDING ON THE WRONG SIDE by Hayden Sidun

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    Standing on the Wrong Side by Hayden Sidun I’m going to kill myself. That’s the decision I made as my feet hit the frigid hardwood floor...

    RUBBER by Jacob LePretre

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    Did you use a rubber?      No. Course I didn’t use a rubber. I mean, Christ, yeah now that’s an idea. But I’m not an idiot. Watch where you’re...

    EMPTY FRAME by Delancy Gunther

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    Empty Frame By: Delancy Gunther Ben’s paintbrush danced across the canvas in unwavering arcs. Greens and blues splashed together in vibrant harmony, a clear midday sky...

    MAYONAISE by Adam Matson

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    Mayonaise Melissa stood at the kitchen counter, making a sandwich. Her phone chimed with a text message from Allison: “Chris Ritter committed suicide.” For some reason, the first thing...

    THE ERRAND by Mark Leib

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                He was looking at the schematic designs and the pain in his stomach was worsening. The house that the Shorelands wanted to tear down to make room for their monstrosity was...

    PROJECT IMMORTALITY by Yuri Korobaev, Translated by Irina Stoliarova

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    PART 1 Chapter 1 MICHAEL Michael checked his e-mail. After reading several messages, he stopped at the one titled "Invitation to Mr. Palmer...

    EFFLEURAGE by Erik Smetana

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    Renee pulled her car to the curb and double checked the address on the GPS. It was a house. The woman on the phone made no mention of working from home. Renee...