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NonFiction - Year IV - Number 24 - May 2019

    THE WASHOUTS By Patrick Hahn

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    THE WASHOUTSby Patrick Hahn   “Morning, Ray.”            It’s six o clock in the morning. Sunrise is still a ways off. Ray barely looks up from the pump engine he’s...

    THE TROUBLE WITH GERRY By Christopher Harris

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    THE TROUBLE WITH GERRYby Christopher Harris  In 1964 my thirty-one-year-old brother Gerry cut himself off from our family. I was 19. I’ve never come to terms with his disappearance. Many times I’ve thought...

    BLOWING UP THE WORLD By Michael Robinson Morris

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    BLOWING UP THE WORLDby Michael Robinson Morris   A committee gathered in the cosmos, an intergalactic council assembled to decide the fate of the Planet Earth.  Not the Earth...

    HOME FREE By Andrew Chinich

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    HOME FREEby Andrew Chinich  I grew up next to a grave yard. My alarm clock for school was dirt and gravel bouncing off the lowered coffins.From...

    HOLD HER ONCE AGAIN By Juanita Tovar

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    HOLD HER ONCE AGAINby Juanita Tovar  I It’s Saturday. Sábado. In the AM. The sky is a solid shade of light blue, unclouded and pristine. Its...

    VALERIE MAUD GOLDMAN by Valerie Angel

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    VALERIE MAUD GOLDMANby Valerie Angel    According to ANAD, an online resource agency for eating disorders, “At least 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an...

    WEST AFRICA: MANY TRUTHS WITHIN THE BACKGROUND NOISE By Joram Piatigorsky

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    WEST AFRICA: MANY TRUTHS WITHIN THE BACKGROUND NOISEby Joram Piatigorsky Traveling on vacation, temporarily escaping the monotony of the familiar, easing the burden of responsibilities, riding air currents far...

    I WONDER WHERE THAT VIDEO IS NOW by Molly Blumhoefer

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    I WONDER WHERE THAT VIDEO IS NOWby Molly Blumhoefer     Jess, Devin and I had gutter punk boyfriends, dirt covered squatters who travelled through Minneapolis during the warmer months....