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    THE BLIGHTED MADONNA by Lynn Dowless

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                                                                      The Blighted Madonna           There was a lady once, an extremely attractive lady, who appeared as to hold the beauty of the holy cherubs in her warm pleasant...

    THE PRINCESS IN THE TOWER by Cezarija Abartis

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    The Princess in the Tower             The voices layered over each other--women’s voices--but she couldn’t make out the words. Valentine? Mannequin? She pulled out her hairpin, set down her...

    THE LOCUSTS HAVE EATEN EVERYTHING by Marissa Glover

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    The Locusts Have Eaten Everything “He didn’t do it.” Mom takes a deep breath. She exhales. “I don’t care what the other student said—my son would never hurt anyone.”

    MEETING KAFKA by Andy Martin

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    "Morning, I'm calling about the room you've got advertised." "Sorry, it's already taken." "Okay, thank you." I drew a line through the phone number on my...

    URIEL FOX AND THE MYSTERY OF THE DYING CHILDREN by John Zurn

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    Uriel Fox and the Mystery of the Dying Children Uriel Fox rambled through the mountain forests and meadows for much of the year, and frequently he’d meet a fellow...

    PETUNIAS by Diane Unterweger

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    Petunias             “So how’s it going at the not-home-alone house?” Darci asks Linda. They’re arranging some new dahlias on a two-tiered round table just outside the entrance to Bernie’s...

    A LESS PAINFUL END by Vivek Nath Mishra

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    A less painful end By Vivek Nath Mishra It was Ghure's daughter, Anju, who brought in everything Ghure ever desired and gave him some relief from...

    TONY’S PLACE by Ciaran McLarnon

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    Tony’s Place Keep a clear a head, remember who you are and why they are. I can't get sucked in again, I just can't! An intense thrumming bounced around...