Fiction - Year IV - Number 23 - April 2019

    CONFETTI PINK AND ASHY by Brian Riley

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    CONFETTI PINK AND ASHYby Brian Riley Burbank, California, the November after September 11 and Brice Cooper has come home early from work yet again. Watching his 3-year-old son, Tyler,...

    SWEET DREAMS by Jasmine Dalrymple

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    SWEET DREAMSby Jasmine Dalrymple It’s just a dream it’s just a dream I keep telling myself.My eyes jolt open and my heart begins to race, I’m in near sweat from...

    THOSE LOVELY FAMILY MOMENTS by Wendy Thornton

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    THOSE LOVELY FAMILY MOMENTSby Wendy Thornton Once when I was a single parent, I took my daughter camping. At the time, I was determined to do all the fun...

    HORSE AND GARDEN by Norbert Kovacs

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    HORSE AND GARDENby Norbert Kovacs Gene Stamp was proud of his flower garden. He had set its plot in the middle of his backyard where any visitors would see...

    A TABLE SET FOR FIVE by Jacqueline Rosenbaum

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    A TABLE SET FOR FIVEby Jacqueline Rosenbaum I think back to the map she drew, scanned and emailed to me. Addressed to My Precious Daughter. Arrows that pointed my theoretical, my...

    IMAGE AND VOICE by Liz Whitt

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    IMAGE & VOICEby Liz Whitt It was the first time he ever saw her. He was ten years old and he could feel the warmth seeping from his skin...