VALENTINE’S DAY by Christopher Johnson

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VALENTINE’S DAYby Christopher Johnson Dad was of the World War II generation. The Greatest Generation. Born in 1920, came of age during the Great Depression. Dad wore his body...

THE BIOLOGY OF COURAGE by Mark Blickley

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Photograph by Katya Shubova “The Biology of Courage” by Mark Blickley My name is Jull Soares...

DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE by Jeannine Cook

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DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDEby Jeannine A. Cook She was used to the flinching. The fiddling. The mess. The begging. The crying. The blood. These women with their thick thighs...

THE CAPPUCCINO by David Heath

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THE CAPPUCCINOBy David Heath  Jackie Jacobs, helping sort and organize clothing items donated for the church rummage sale, came across a woman’s tangerine linen jacket just like the one...

THE FOX AND ITS CATCHER by J.R. Night

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THE FOX AND ITS CATCHERby J.R. Night Oh, he would get him today. Months had passed, and he had maintained this charade long enough. All students were required to...

FIVE WEEKS TO JAMAICA By Doug Oudin

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FIVE WEEKS TO JAMAICABy Doug Oudin Chapter I Kurt watched appreciatively as his girlfriend Madison walked across the patio bricks, involuntarily twitching his eyebrows at the...

GOLDEN BROWN by Souzi Gharib

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GOLDEN BROWNby Souzi Gharib  "What is the colour of your eyes?" an articulate voice inquires."Golden brown," I answer with the ease only characteristic of self-description, particularly the  physiognomic  type....

LUCKY PENNY by Page Powers

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Lucky Penny By Page Powers My Pawpaw's steamer trunk sat on the porch covered with stickers that mapped his travels of the world. Next to it,...

CHARLIE FOXTROT: GOD BLESS by Mitch Johnson

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CHARLIE FOXTROT: GOD BLESSby Mitch Johnson Don’t get me wrong here. I’m not homeless, but these fine people don’t know a damn thing about it. I just like the...