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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...

    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...

    BRINGERS by Brianna Kemper

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    Bringers By: Brianna Kemper The doctor and nurses were rushing around. The beeping starts to speed up as the mother struggles to stay alive. A few...

    THE MEMORY KEEPER by Destinee Jones

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    Benio sank deeper and deeper into Mr. Walters’s consciousness. The elevator in Mr. Walters’s mind sped past his recent memories, then slowed down for the ones still rooted deep in his psyche. His retirement party, from a...

    WEDDING DANCE by Stephen Day

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    WEDDING DANCE He was winning. The little blue marble that kept rolling around the turntable fell more often than he expected on his number or his color. Roulette waa...