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    IMPRESSIONS FROM THE LAND OF VANISHED BEAUTIFUL THINGS

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    IMPRESSIONS FROM THE LAND OF VANISHED BEAUTIFUL THINGS By Stephen Mead       "All that glitters is not gold", is a useful cautionary phrase some sources site as dating back to Aesop.  I imagine during the...

    THE GOLDEN RECORD By Emmi Conner

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    THE GOLDEN RECORDby Emmi Conner   I have spent a lot of my life looking up at the night sky, wondering what surrounds the stars that we can see from Earth. I’ve dedicated countless...

    ROUSING BITS OF ASSORTED WHOLES by Joseph O’Day

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    Rousing Bits of Assorted Wholes Joseph O’Day             Every December I used to rip out listings of best books of the year from The New York...

    EXOTIC FLOWERS By Zac Pingle

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    EXOTIC FLOWERSBy Zac Pingle Chapter One: Before the SummerWarm winds rolled in from the south just before the summer. In the afternoon dew would still linger on blades of...

    SANTA CLARA RIVERLESS by Ellen T. Birrell

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    SANTA CLARA RIVERLESSBy Ellen T. Birrell  We are hard to find. If you were to search our address for directions, you would only get to the end of the...

    ALL ALONE OFFLINE by Lisa Chow

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    ALL ALONE OFFLINE: Internet Deprivation Withdrawal By Lisa Chow November 17, 2019: Down Internet             Where was everybody? Online, that’s...

    LIFE WITHOUT A SPATULA By Lisa Reily

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    LIFE WITHOUT A SPATULAby Lisa Reily   My mother lay on her side in bed, dying, and rummaging as best she could through her bottom bedside drawer. It was full of cards from my...

    THE PSYCHOPATH By Wendy Swift

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    THE PSYCHOPATHby Wendy Swift I struggle to grasp that Danny is an alcoholic, despite the glaring evidence. I understand drinking is a way of life for him, to the...

    IN THE DAYS WHEN THE SKY WAS COBALT By Deborah Paes De Barros

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    IN THE DAYS WHEN THE SKY WAS COBALT By Deborah Paes de Barros The giant earthmovers—the backhoe and the bulldozer and other machines I couldn’t identify—had...

    TRIAL BY FIRE By Braelyn Riggs

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    TRIAL BY FIREby Braelyn Riggs The first time I ever saw an automatic paper towel dispenser was when I was nine years old. My seven year old sister Jerica...