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Fiction - Year III - Number 9 - Volume Two - September 2017

    GO FISH by Maryetta Ackenbom

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    GO FISHBy Maryetta Ackenbom There it was! A flash of scarlet and white, just at the corner of his vision. But his lungs were bursting; he had to go...

    THE APOLOGY by Janel Brubaker

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    THE APOLOGYBy Janel Brubaker I held the phone to my ear and listened, stunned to the point of silence. I had known this would happen. Indeed, I had walked...

    NOT FUNNY by Lisa Rutledge

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    NOT FUNNY By Lisa Rutledge I took a seat across from a man with black hair, a matching mustache, and eyes as icy blue as my...

    PIECES OF GRAY by Dana Hunter

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    PIECES OF GRAYBy Dana Hunter     Scratch, Scratch, tug, tug. It was July and Katherine Gray was wearing a long sleeved shirt and a pair of cut - off jeans.  She pulled at the...

    THE GRAVERS LANE LOCAL by Edith Boyd

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    THE GRAVERS LANE LOCALBy Edith Boyd            The job in the city was working out for me. Actually, the job wasn't great, but the apartment I chose, and the train...

    BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE by Toni Morgan

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    BETWEEN LOVE AND HATEBy Toni Morgan After a fitful sleep, Ken was relieved to see dawn shredding the last vestiges of night.  Outside his bedroom window, a thick glaze...

    THE OTHER SIDE by Danielle Richardson

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    THE OTHER SIDEBy Danielle Richardson I watch as Lucy stops in front of me like she does every day, her little ten-year-old head cocking to the left in curiosity....

    LOVER’S QUARREL by Jack Coey

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    LOVER’S QUARRELBy Jack Coey Rod couldn’t have told when he first noticed her through his windshield signaling him to stop at the intersection of the middle school. It wasn’t...

    FOR BOTH TOGETHER by Mather Schneider

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    A MEETING IN BROOKLYNBy Jayno Miches In retrospect, he wished it had not occurred to him to ask that fellow any questions. But then again, he also now wished he...

    THE THINGS PEOPLE SAID WERE ALWAYS ABOUT THEMSELVES

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    THE THINGS PEOPLE SAID WERE ALWAYS ABOUT THEMSELVESBy Jamey Johnson Genna      A poet picked her up at a reading.  She was new to this--married twice and most of her...