Fiction - Year III - Number 10 - November 2017

    REVELATIONS OF TEN-YEAR-OLD by Saul Hernandez

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    REVELATIONS OF A TEN-YEAR-OLDBy Saul Hernandez  Every Sunday I walk with Him. I knock door to door with Brothers and Sisters from the Jehovah’s Witness Congregation. It usually goes...

    OPEN SECRET by Charlotte Freccia

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    OPEN SECRETBy Charlotte Freccia Cheap white wine and good cocaine at Hen’s house. Scrimp on one to score on the other, I guess. What’s a sweetheart like you doing in...

    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITH? By Raymond Arcangel

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    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITHBy Raymond Arcangel Nothing ever looked like it did in the movies. No cozy warm lounge, a half-dozen chairs of leather and wood with their backs...

    A PLACE OF BUSINESS by Bill Schillaci

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    A PLACE OF BUSINESSBy Bill Schillaci When I first entered its life, it was a stamp store, or seemed to be.  It had no business sign, but there was...