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

    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...

    ADELE by Brenna Lemieux

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    ADELEBy Brenna Lemieux On the morning of Christmas Eve, Adele wakes to see a handwriting in front of the clock: Myra and Rob home, it tells: Yes! But when did...

    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...

    THE ORPHANAGE by Laura Solomon

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    THE ORPHANAGEBy Laura Solomon I took the job in the orphanage on a whim.  I lived in Peckham and had been working in a café in East Dulwich.  Walking...

    VOID by Jonathan Maniscalco

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    VOIDBy Jonathan Maniscalco  The first thing Jack did was open the window. August’s hot, humid air mixed with the downtown smell of Boston’s Washington Street drifted into his dry...

    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 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...