Fiction - Year IV - Number 26 - July 2019

    SOMEBODY’S GOING TO TAKE IT by Jon Sorensen

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    SOMEBODY’S GOING TO TAKE ITby Jon Sorensen The garage sale ends as it does every year, leaving behind the pine cone lamp, the broken towel rack and the mismatched...

    AMORPHOUS by Susie Gharib

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    AMORPHOUSBy Susie Gharib ImmersionI always wonder what it is about water that lulls my nerves. Is it the fact that it is forever amorphous and constantly changing colors and...

    NO ONE ELSE WILL WATCH by Marshall Farren

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    NO ONE ELSE WILL WATCHby Marshal Farren The Mother sits on a bed inside the smallest of places. The lamp burns on the nightstand. The snow piles outside the...

    ABANDON by Owen McGrann

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    ABANDONby Owen McGrann              The light streams through the blinds and floods the room.  It awakens me, unbidden – often times before 6 am.  The park across the street bleeds its bluster...

    LOVE(D) by Sasha Chinnaya

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    LOVE(D)by Sasha Chinnaya Night. A stack of blank pages intimidates me. A few empty containers once filled with coffee form a wall on my temporary desk. My mind searches...

    I LIVE IN THE CEMETERY by Faye Reddecliff

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    I LIVE IN THE CEMETERYby Faye Reddecliff Cemeteries are not scary at night.  At least the dead are not what’s scary.  They’re peaceful -- the vandals and drunks, now...