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

    ABOUT THE OLD MAN by Skyler Nielsen

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    ABOUT THE OLD MANBy Skyler Nielsen After months of begging Dad let up, and the day couldn’t have gone better.  He said if I worked hard, I could come...

    THE BIG NIGHT by Taylor Garcia

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        THE BIG NIGHTBy Taylor García     Dr. Adam Flores opens Group Session with his standard line: “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, it’s sweet and sour time.”Everyone goes around the circle and says a positive...

    THE POSTING by Monica Harn

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    THE POSTINGBy Monica L. Bellon-Harn Laura learns to live in ordinary time as she roams rooms of a starter home her husband picked out. When live oaks that lined...

    THE SUGAR POT by Krista Creel

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    THE SUGAR POTBy Krista Creel  Momma says I have to go to Mrs. Verna’s for sugar. She wants to make shortcakes for my brother and we’re out. Mrs. Verna...

    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 BURNING TREE by Lucas Milliron

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    THE BURNING TREEBy Lucas Milliron “Why have you brought me here?” She asked at the foot of the great red tree.“Was it truly me that brought you here?” He...

    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....

    SKATEBOARDS AND A SHEEPDOG by Carolyn L. Bell

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    SKATEBOARDS AND A SHEEPDOG By Carolyn Light Bell Gus leaps three feet in the air, his open mouth appearing dangerously close to my face. “Out for...

    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...

    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...