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Fiction - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

    SCRY – A short story by Jason D. Grunn

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    SCRY  By Jason D. Grunn             I’m getting sick of waiting. I’ll have a trapping expert within the next hour? They shouldhave extended that estimate by two, or even three....

    TOXIC – A short story by Nya Jackson

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    VIOLET ABSTRACTby Nya Jackson I wasn’t able to bail Violet out of jail the third time she got arrested because she died in police custody. She’d only been in...

    BOYS by Mathias Byerly

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    BOYSBy Mathias Byerly             A crowd of about a hundred newly high school graduates burst out in enthusiasm, tossing their caps into the air. The crowd disperses after a...

    PURGATION by Thomas Elson

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    PURGATIONBy Thomas Elson Friday, February 19, 1982. Berdan Daily Tribune. The Ninnescah County Sheriff’s Department reported a Roads and Bridges employee discovered a partially nude female body near a...

    SERVICES by Jim Zinaman

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    SERVICESBy Jim Zinaman The crunch of little white stones beneath his tires ceased as Jimmy braked to a stop in a Ford Escort rental.  A long and winding driveway...

    THE WONDERER by David Massey

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    THE WONDERERBy David Massey In all times Eadwine has known the loneliness of a Frankenstein’s monster, without father, mother, or natural ties, and little wonder is it that the...

    GETTING THERAPY IN BEIJING IS A PRODUCTION

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    GETTING THERAPY IN BEIJING IS A PRODUCTION- An excerpt from a novel “Waiting for Love Child”by Maya Alexandri I went to the International Harmony Hospital family counseling clinic because...

    VINDICATION by Matthew Emma

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    VINDICATIONBy Matthew Emma (Dedicated to John Liotine, a man who showed the courage to do what few men would)      While a man many reviled did not...

    CONNECT THE DOTS by Alex Clark-McGlenn

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    CONNECT THE DOTSBy Alex Clark-McGlenn Author's Note: The names of those involved in this piece have been changed to protect their privacy. 10:40pm February 23rd

    CLICK by Patrick Jahnke

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    CLICKBy Patrick Jahnke We walked all around the town. We walked across streets during rush hour and across abandoned dirt roads. We walked down the road to Ms. Harris’s...