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    SUMMER’S SILENCE by Ashley Hajimirsadeghi

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    Summer’s Silence It was June and Auntie Mabel and Uncle Jim had come up from Alabama to visit for two weeks. With them came George, the youngest cousin, my...

    NINA HEARTS RASHAAD FOREVER by Julian Grant

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    I, Nina M. Johnson do take Rashaad J. Collins to be my husband forever and ever – Bye, love yours only

    KATHLEEN AND DENISE by Dean Jollay

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                At Kathleen’s breakfast table, Denise sips her Chardonnay and describes her latest unsuccessful job search. Downsized ten months ago, Denise, a crime reporter, despairs of finding another position in journalism. Her...

    WHERE I’M FROM, THEY STILL CELEBRATE VJ DAY by Angelo Sylvester

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    Where I’m From, They Still Celebrate VJ Day By: Angelo J. Sylvester When Henry found it that morning, he realized he never knew his grandfather. He...

    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...

    SICK HEADACHE by Thomas Elson

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    Sick Headache by Thomas Elson Look closely. You are where it began - at a time before polio shots, seat belts, and television....

    AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT by Daniel Pié

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    As Luck Would Have It By Daniel Pié       The oily humidity of late August causes his new cotton-blend shirt to cling. He gently pulls it...

    THE PLAY’S THE THING by Thomas Belton

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    The Play’s the Thing By Thomas Belton In the first act, you get the hero up a tree, in the second you throw rocks at him,

    IN THE NEGEV DESERT by Arielle Prose

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    In the Negev Desert by Arielle Prose On the floor of a carpeted tent among Bedouin Arabs, I was sitting on cushions, nervous...

    MEEK by Robert Parker

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    Norman doesn’t like sharing. He is begrudgingly sharing this with you now, albeit in the past, anonymously and once removed. If you want to stop reading he wouldn’t care, he’s not too...