Fiction - Year VII - Number 50 - July 2021

    IN THE LIFE OF A SLEEPWALKER by Paulette Carter

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    I woke up in a cold sweat. I realized that my husband is not beside me in our bed. I come to and realize that my husband must be sleepwalking. The weirdest thing is...

    SEATTLE, 1961 by Mike Dillon

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    SEATTLE, 1961 by Mike Dillon As mother raised her fist to knock on the white door, she paused and glanced back at me. “Please take your cap off.” So, I did. “That’s what little gentlemen do,” she added...

    A CUP OF TEA by Robert Parker

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    A Cup of Tea. Of course, time travel is impossible. If it had been invented or discovered, we would know about it. This is for the simple reason that no matter what time the invention...

    SHIVER by Ben Shahon

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    Shiver I don’t remember where or when it was that I first met Alex. As far back as I can remember, she and I have been close. Her mom, Patricia, and my mom, Sue, had...

    FADING AWAY by Sandra Colbert

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    Fading Away Why was he looking at me? I was trying to make myself invisible. I know I looked awful – a complete mess. Was that why he was looking at me? Did my slovenly...

    FRECKLES by Sabahattin Ali / Translated by Aysel K. Basci

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    Freckles By Sabahattin Ali / Translated by Aysel K. Basci It was a hot, sultry day. I had just left a friend’s home, where I had spent most of the evening drenched in perspiration, listening to...