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NonFiction - Year III - Number 13 - May 2018

    KINDER-WHORE By Deanna M. Lehman

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    KINDERWHOREby Deanne M. Lehman(an excerpt) I was born into a world of darkness and my mother was the moon. Cold and unsmiling, she stood illuminated by her man of the moment, many faces changing throughout...

    DERELICT by Allen Long

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    DERELICTBy Allen Long I once sat on the floor at a Saturday night party at my friend Rick’s house; I was drunk, and Rick unknowingly stood on my legs, sipped a beer, and conversed with...

    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTURE By Dimitra Tsourou

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    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTUREby Dimitra Tsourou    This article stems from my dissatisfaction with the available interpretations of irony in Greek culture. A further difficulty in understanding “Greek irony” results from the inability...

    FAKE PEOPLE ARE THE BEST ONES By Cassie Follman

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    FAKE PEOPLE ARE THE BEST ONESBy Cassie Follman When I was a kid, I was enamored with the world of Pretend. Endless possibilities stretched out before me, and imagining fake scenarios came second nature. Characters...

    HE LOVES ME, HE LOVES ME NOT By Michele Sprague

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    HE LOVES ME. HE LOVES ME NOTBy Michele Sprague Twenty years ago I couldn’t get enough of him. We talked for hours and never ran out of things to say. We greeted each other with...

    THE HOWL OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHO By Vanya Suchan

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    THE HOWL OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHO: An Introspection into the Destructive Americaby Vanya Suchan To raise the notion that the human being reaches for the glamorized “American dream”, but remains crushed in her struggle and...

    THE EIGHTIES By Betty J. Sayles

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    THE EIGHTIESBy Betty J. Sayles My son was a career Air Force man and while visiting me in northern Wisconsin, he saw 80 acres of woods, swamp and beaver dam that he loved on sight...