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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...

    USELESS FELLOW by Balu Swami

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    Useless fellow by Balu Swami Wayne was still a farm boy even though he had left the farm over a decade ago. He was still the...

    LEARNING TO SKATE by Mary Anne Slack

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    Learning To Skate      It started out as an ordinary Saturday. I was making breakfast for Jeff and myself when the phone rang. My son-in-law Matt had slipped on...

    FALCONS OF KILLDARY by Chris Nelson

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                As she walks out of the Pembroke Funeral Parlor beside her husband, a flash of light near the summit of Killdary Mountain causes Anne to stop at the top of the...

    SNOW JOB by Ivanka Fear

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    SNOW JOB                    by Ivanka Fear                  Winter came in early November and seemed to have every intention of staying for the long haul. “I hate, no I...

    I AM by Yamini Mathur

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    I Am  “A strange holiday practice. A short family trip; nature excursion into the wilderness, trekking on hills, or roving the streams hidden among distinct shades of green. Why...