Fiction – Year VI – Number 49 – June 2021

    MOTHER by Jacob RV

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    Terra was a mother of seven; America, Asia, Albert, Annica, Austin, Ani, and Edward. She was a single mother. Terra worked countless jobs to provide for her children but as a result...

    NOT A BAD BOY by Cheryl Sim

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    Cooper’s not a bad boy. According to his dad, Cooper’s theliving manifestation of the motto: Live free or die trying! That’s not how the neighbors see Cooper and his big brother Dylan....

    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....

    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...

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY by Trinity Summitt

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    The Smiths sat across the small, iron-legged table from one another, and Marilyn’s eyes were heavily focused on the smudged glass topper. She turned her gazed to the partially open sliding door...

    MOZART’S SONATA IN D MAJOR by Bo Kearns

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    Drawn by the prospect of publication, writers gathered at the conference in Malibu. A bespectacled woman, her gray hair uniformly curled under at the edges, stood and read from her work. “The...

    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...

    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...

    UNDOCUMENTED by Maria Valenzuela Frangakis

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    Undocumented The U.S. border was only a three-hour-drive from my college town, but the idea of going al otro lado hadn’t occurred to me before Isa invited me...

    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...