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Fiction - Year III - Number 10 - November 2017

    CLIO by Alicia Marie Devers

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    CLIOBy Alicia Marie Devers  “You have no idea what you’re doing, do you?” he asked.I stood on the edge of a high cliff where the water far below me...

    THE HUNTED by Tinka Harvard

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    THE HUNTEDBy Tinka Harvard Daniel lifted his head from Thieme’s Atlas of Anatomy and slid his glasses off, turning his ear toward the door. Being inside warm and cozy during rain...

    DARES by John Bliss

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    DARESBy John Bliss March 2003, I received a flyer about a conference exploring the psychoanalytic collaboration of Masud Khan and Donald Winnicott. The two men were prominent members of...

    KIOKU by Shirley A Guldimann

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    KIOKUBy Shirley Asano The old woman paints a cone-shaped green mountain onto heavy white paper, and in front of the mountain, a small kimono-clad figure, one triangle for a...

    EASTERLY by Ronald Kovach

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    EASTERLYBy Ronald Kovach Lately I have been studying the towering silver maple tree in my neighbor’s yard two doors down, and the burden it poses for me in an...

    DO YOU KNOW HOW FAST YOU WERE GOING? By Jeffrey Kass

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    DO YOU KNOW HOW FAST YOU WERE GOING?By Jeffrey Kass “Freeze boy!” the officer shouted as he drew his 9 mm handgun and pointed it right at the kid’s...

    VIXEN by David Cairns

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    VIXENBy D.A.Cairns ‘A few rules to lay down, first, okay?’Vixen ignored the man’s melodramatic groan, and stepped away from him. She wasn’t going to be deterred by his impatience....

    INDIA LAKE by Patricia Trentacoste

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    VIXENBy D.A.Cairns ‘A few rules to lay down, first, okay?’Vixen ignored the man’s melodramatic groan, and stepped away from him. She wasn’t going to be deterred by his impatience....