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Fiction – Year VI – Number 49 – June 2021

    THE ELEVATOR by Rory Rimel

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    “Stop pressing all the god damn buttons, that’s not going to get us out of here any sooner.” said Richard. “I can’t help it; you know I hate enclosed...

    RAFFLES by Judith Newlin

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    Back then we lived near the center of town, behind the cavernous library. Mom worked in the orange-carpeted children’s room, which meant during the summers she could keep tabs on us during...

    MORE by Karole Bennett

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                The cold metal table pressed into my back, and the cork, water-stained, ceiling loomed over me. A lightbulb dangled from a tarnished-brown chain. The dim light misted through the room, emitting...

    THE TRICKERY OF A MASKED DEMON by Ren Nightshade

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    The Trickery of a Masked Demon by Ren Nightshade I married a masked demon. That's the only way to explain how I married such a man....

    A PRETTY FACE by Anna Fritze

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    A Pretty Face By Anna Fritze Because it was her first day out for a while, she wore her favorite neon purple dress. They let her...

    LIFE AND DEATH by Xavier Paris

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                I barely had enough time to see the truck coming.             Crazy what happens to someone when they don’t look both ways. I did it almost religiously when...

    EPISODE by Alexa Renner

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    Characters:             Julia Adalwolfa is the daughter of German architects who moved to the United States of America when she was three years old. She has had trouble making...

    WILDERNESS by Sandra Perez

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                    She sits in the wilderness of her heart, once again balancing the dinner plate on the arm of the sofa, watching the six o’clock news. Sometimes she wipes away just a...

    O GIGANTE by Gustavo Salvaggio

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    O GIGANTE Havia um gigante encerrado entre os muros da cidade. Era a praça central onde ele cochilava, respirando, e o tráfego próximo a ele era interditado devido a...

    AN ANGELS LAST GIFT by Matthew Fontenault

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                There was only one option; I had to save my platoon. I screamed with everything I had, "Grenade, everybody down!” Looking back at my best friend Johnny Boy, I tossed him...