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    BABY BROTHER By Kat Kiefer-Newman

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    BABY BROTHERBy Kat Kiefer-Newman I had a brother. But I never had a brother.He died before I was born and if he hadn’t, I might not be here. His burial was...

    TALES OF PEPPER By Bettina Rotenberg

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    TALES OF PEPPERby Bettina Rotenberg June 27, 2018 Pepper was my heart, my soul, the spirit of my life. He animated my bed, the red easy...

    THE BUS RIDE by Susan McCartney

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    Into Africa I fly on a one-way ticket. Journey through fourteen countries in twenty-two months on local transportation. A woman without advantage of youth or money. Learning. Resting. Changing. The journey has many pieces....

    THE PHOTOGRAPHS by Anita Lekic

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    The Photographs Anita Lekic I enter the small jewelry shop in our little town.  There are two or three people ahead of me, hunched over the...

    THE SPACE BETWEEN DARKNESS AND LIGHT By Cathy Beaudoin

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    THE SPACE BETWEEN DARKNESS AND LIGHTby Cathy Beaudoin The truth is I’m scared. Meetings with auditors, lawyers, investment bankers, and other financial executives are a faded memory. The days...

    STACI by Jeffrey Loeb

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    The house was only blocks away, so I got there in minutes. Staci’s sobs were already breathless heaves. All I could do was hold her and utter empty words: “What is it,...

    THE CRYING THRESHOLD – By Emma Fuhs

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    THE CRYING THRESHOLDBy Emma Fuhs Annie stops crying when she reads an article about how the saddest people are too sad to cry.  It’s called The Crying Threshold.Since Annie...

    POOP LIKE A LOCAL By Adam Wagner

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    POOP LIKE A LOCALby Adam James Wagner  I’m in Pyeongchang the first time I have to poop in a squat toilet. I am meeting a friend from university where we think the 2018...

    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...

    STRUGGLE FOR SOME, VACATION FOR OTHERS, Book Review by Joy Drees

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    Struggle for Some, Vacation for Others Taylor García’s Slip Soul is not afraid to find human goodness amid hardship Living in San Diego can be what...