Fiction - Year V - Number 33 - February 2020

    JIMINEY bt Lisa Lebduska

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    JIMINEYby Lisa Lebduska  On a blistering July morning in 1979, Connie and Maria entered the smooth, moneyed chill of The Plaza Hotel, trailing after Connie's father Tom, who crossed...

    THE SULLEN ROAD by Susie Gharib

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    THE SULLEN ROADby Susie Gharib  I fell in love with his shadow which wavered every time he passed by my window, a profile with no features, but whose footsteps...

    THE ALLEYWAY FIGHT by Taylor G Mauck

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    THE ALLEYWAY FIGHTby Taylor G Mauck  Bio: David gets dragged into a fight with guys who want revenge over something that happened in high school, and gets injured. David’s...

    TALK TO ME by Bonita LeFlore

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    TALK TO MEby Bonita LeFlore  At three months of age, Maria Lopez Ruiz’s eyes turned blue. Not just any ordinary blue, but turquoise, the color of the sea near...

    ROBERT AND GOYLE GO TO THE MOVIES by Ryan James Lamb

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    ROBERT AND GOYLE GO TO THE MOVIESby Ryan James Lamb  The dull green Daihatsu Sedan pulled into the car park with a grunkling sound and came to a crooked...

    ORGANIC FOOD by Uko Tyrawn Okon

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    ORGANIC FOODby Uko Tyrawn Okon When Selena left me, I learned that the world is a trick and it starts with what you consume. The word vitamin is on...

    FERTILITY by Noelle Florio

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    FERTILITYby Noelle Florio “It comes in waves, Miss. Loakey. Some days will be better than others sweetie, but the results of your spirometry test show your lungs have increased...

    A GROCER’S LIST by Charlie Turner

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    A GROCER’S LISTby Charlie Turner Three dozen eggs. Ollie stands in the middle of the mess with a cigarette behind his ear. Our father, the deli manager, is across...

    NO VACANCY by Nathaniel Zebley

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    NO VACANCYby Nathaniel Zebley  Rachel stood up, walked over to the smudged window in the small room, and looked out at the parking lot with only a few cars...