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NonFiction - Year V - Number 28 - September 2019

    PASSAGES By Therese White

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    PASSAGESby Theresa White There is a feather, the outer vain edged dark like charcoal ash, while the longer side bears an oyster shell lightness. Gathered from the yard, it...

    REDEMPTION By Elizabeth Kilcoyne

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    REDEMPTIONby Elizabeth Kilcoyne In the 1960s, S&H Green Stamps were the hottest perk on the market. Supermarkets, gas stations and department stores gave them out as rewards—similar to the...

    RAW GOD EXPERIENCE By Derek Nast

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    RAW GOD EXPERIENCEby Derek Nast  What need is there to revisit these past couple of weeks, its majority had been messed up enough as it was. I’m just thrilled...

    MONKEYING AROUND WITH GENETICS By Gayle Compton

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    MONKEYING AROUND WITH GENETICSBy Gayle Compton “The human being...is no considerableimprovement upon the monkey." —Mark Twain On a blustery day in March I sat in my...

    FOR KELLY OF THE KELLY PARADOX by Nate Tulay

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    FOR KELLY OF THE KELLY PARADOXby Nate Tulay “When we see a galaxy 5 billion light years away, would that galaxy not had been closer 5 billion years ago,...

    MOONDOG By MIlton Montague

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    MOONDOGby Milt Montague In the late 1950‘s Sivia and Milt were married and living Sivia’s dream of operating a fashionable retail Ladies Boutique in Manhattan.  It was located on...

    MY FATHER’S FEET by Ann Zuccardy

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    MY FATHER’S FEETBy Ann E. Zuccardy   The cinderblock walls were painted what was probably supposed to be soothing blue and the windows, heavy and industrial, were swathed in cheerful, frayed calico.  The autumnal...