Fiction – Year VI – Number 49 – June 2021

    DUBLINERS by Iva Cvjeticanin

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    It was the pink velvet dress. Evelyn held it up against her body slowly dancing with it while trying to avoid tripping over the boxes that filled her new apartment. “It was...

    SECOND HONEYMOON by Amanda Corbin

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    As they stood for coffee in the ribcage of the airport terminal, he watched his wife pluck an invisible note from the air and tuck it behind her ear. His tonsils caught...

    NOTHING OUT OF THE ORDINARY by Anita Lekic

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    “Oof!” She sighs in exasperation.  I’m in Belgrade for a visit.  Fadina – I’ve called my mother by her first name since I was a child -- is restless...

    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...

    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...

    KEEPSAKES ARE TEMPORAL DEBRIS by Edie Meade

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    I comb, in lieu of packing, through a box of letters that’s been perched on the bedroom bookshelf since we leased this apartment two years ago. And although now is not the...

    PETER-BY-THE-BAY by Thomas Belton

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    While others went to the Park to see and be seen, to flirt and promenade, Peter did not. He preferred to ride his bike past the long meadow where the soccer players...

    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....

    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...

    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...