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NonFiction - Year III - Number 14 - July 2018

    ON LOSING THINGS By Serene Jansen

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    ON LOSING THINGSby Serene Jansen    A three week break from a two year shit show            I met Drew when I was eighteen years old. I just finished my first semester of college and...

    WHEN LOVE WAS A STORY WORTH TELLING by Mathieu Cailler

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        WHEN LOVE WAS A STORY WORTH TELLINGby Mathieu Cailler   Maybe it’s because I’m a writer, maybe it’s because I’m a romantic, maybe it’s simply that I’m a sucker for a good story, but...

    DOES BURKE MATTER By Judson Blake

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    DOES BURKE MATTER?by Judson Blake When I was small, in what seems like pre-history now, I had passionate arguments with college students about the National Debt, which I believed...

    A LOST VIOLIN, A LAST LETTER HOME By Mike Dillon

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    LIVING IN AND BEYOND THE WORLDby L. S. Hope Truthfully, there are things I miss about living in the world.If I lived in the world, I would go to...

    DANCING WITH MY MOTHER By Nancy Nau Sullivan

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    DANCING WITH MY MOTHER by Nancy Nau Sullivan My mother left me for three months with my Aunt Margaret when I was a newborn. She went to...

    LIFE JACKET by Leslie Tucker

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    LIFE JACKETby Leslie Tucker  The veins in the man’s thick forearms are distended and his biceps bulge. He squats with thighs stretched wide, corrugated soles of his boots balanced...

    IN LOVE AND WAR By Dufflyn Lammers

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    IN LOVE AND WARBy Dufflyn Lammers I couldn’t bear watching him walk through the rain with his head wet, so I bought two umbrellas, one for myself and one...

    THE LAST VISIT By Debra Neumann

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    THE LAST VISITby Debra Neumann    I’m driving up to see you one last time.  Our years of daily communion will soon end.  I should be thinking about this, finding words –  the right...