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    BAR HARBOR, MAINE by Luke Black

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    Bar Harbor, Maine by Luke Black A radiant heating element hummed over a plane of wet tile as the mothers feigned interest in their children's cannonballs....

    WHERE I’M FROM, THEY STILL CELEBRATE VJ DAY by Angelo Sylvester

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    Where I’m From, They Still Celebrate VJ Day By: Angelo J. Sylvester When Henry found it that morning, he realized he never knew his grandfather. He...

    SLEEP WELL, SHADOW by Aliyah Smith

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                                                                                        Sleep Well, Shadow                                                                   By Aliyah Smith Every day, the same routine. Alarm pierces through my skull. Wake up in a cold sweat. Stand up...

    THE HEART OF A REVOLUTIONARY by Jacob McLaws

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    The Heart of a Revolutionary Jacob McLaws Zhang Tianyu is being released from the hospital today. The Peking Union Medical College Hospital. I smoke as I...

    MEETING KAFKA by Andy Martin

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    "Morning, I'm calling about the room you've got advertised." "Sorry, it's already taken." "Okay, thank you." I drew a line through the phone number on my...

    URIEL FOX AND THE MYSTERY OF THE DYING CHILDREN by John Zurn

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    Uriel Fox and the Mystery of the Dying Children Uriel Fox rambled through the mountain forests and meadows for much of the year, and frequently he’d meet a fellow...

    PETUNIAS by Diane Unterweger

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    Petunias             “So how’s it going at the not-home-alone house?” Darci asks Linda. They’re arranging some new dahlias on a two-tiered round table just outside the entrance to Bernie’s...

    A LESS PAINFUL END by Vivek Nath Mishra

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    A less painful end By Vivek Nath Mishra It was Ghure's daughter, Anju, who brought in everything Ghure ever desired and gave him some relief from...