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Fiction - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

    LOVE AT LAST DANCE by Jonathan Ferrini

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    LOVE AT LAST DANCEBy Jonathan Ferrini Traffic inches along the 101 Freeway at rush hour South of San Francisco on a Friday evening except for the luxury buses racing...

    MRS. HENDRICKSON – A short story by Debra Levy

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    MRS. HENDRICKSONBy Debra Levy Billy Jr. was swimming in the lake with his mother. He was a good swimmer for a five-year-old, fearless in the water. They were out...

    PICKING COLORS – A short story by Terry Sanville

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    PICKING COLORSBy Terry Sanville In a field along an eastern reach of the Gambia River, Nyima picked cotton. Her daughter suckled at her breast as she stooped to pluck...

    CAT AND DOG – A short story by Kirk Weixel

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    CAT AND DOGBy Kirk Weixel Back then the streetcars would come sparking and clacking around the corner down from the turnaround at California Avenue as they headed into town,...

    SICK AT THE THOUGHT – A short story by Joshua Hren

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    SICK AT THE THOUGHTBy Joshua Hren Little Michael let himself in the backdoor, his lank hand firm around the hydraulic meant to ease the door shut without slam, his...

    BRAND NEW DANCE – A short story by Kathryn M. Barber

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    BRAND NEW DANCEBy Kathryn M. Barber In high school, Miller lived right across the street from the Carter Fold. Next to the barn that belonged to Miller’s daddy sat...

    THE RANSOM – A short story by Daniel Davis

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    THE RANSOMBy Daniel Davis          They arrived fifteen minutes ahead of schedule.  Mark started to invite them in, but the lead man, roughly the size of a small shed,...

    WORRIED FATHER-TO-BE – A short story by Norbert Kovacs

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    WORRIED FATHER-TO-BEBy Norbert Kovacs The doctor had disliked how the medical student had cleaned a wound during operation and wanted to talk about it during his break. The doctor...

    TWIN ESCALADE – A short story by John Tavares

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    TWIN ESCALADEBy John Tavares Gasping, David called from the telephone in the hospital emergency department. After three attempts, he remembered his niece’s cell phone number. Coughing, he called Sofia...