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    IGNORANCE IN DETAIL by Michael J. Coene

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    IGNORANCE IN DETAILBy Michael J. Coene I didn't know Jan very well. We worked together at a restaurant. Organic, gluten-free, farm-fresh, overpriced sandwiches and salads. Jan was a server...

    THE LIST, A short story by Ross Goldstein

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    THE LISTBy Ross Goldstein The Palace was anything but; a sputtering neon sign dangled over the half-hinged front door, suspended by the remains of a frayed power cord. The...

    PURPLE DRESS, A short story by Denis Bell

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    PURPLE DRESSBy Denis Bell One spoon of instant and two spoons of sugar in the Disney mug with the broken handle. The best way to start your day.           Garbage spilling...

    TRUTH ACCORDING TO MICHAEL, Chapters 7-8 By Stevan V. Nikolic

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    TRUTH ACCORDING TO MICHAELA novel by Stevan V. Nikolic Chapter Seven - The Second American Woman        That Wednesday at the regular House Meeting attended by...

    SAT SUPEREST, A Short story by John C. Young

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    Sat Superest by John Young The car stopped at the gate, and the two male occupants stared ahead—as though instead of a mere conjoined unit of...

    PORTRAITS OF THE DEAD By John Nicholl

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    PORTRAITS OF THE DEADBy John Nicholl Chapter 1 2:20 A.M. Saturday, 2 May 1998Emma didn’t know how long he hid, silent and unmoving, in the large...

    THE KILLING OF JOHN, JOHN, AND JOHNBy Elizabeth O’Neill

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    THE KILLING OF JOHN, JOHN, AND JOHNBy Elizabeth O’Neill Chapter One - LOSS OF A LEGEND   Willie Goodwillie sat in his nightwatchman’s hut, in the middle...

    DANVERS, THE RECKONINGBy Rebecca McNutt

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    DANVERS - The ReckoningBy Rebecca McNuttRebecca Maye McNutt was born in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1998, after which she moved to Ontario and New Brunswick for a number of years. The first...

    OF-NOTE, A short story by Mehreen Ahmed

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    The Black Coat                                                                      A short story by Mehreen Ahmed One black, wintry night, Piccolo -Xavier bumped into someone while crossing the boulevard Peripherique. Once he was across, the person on the receiving end...

    OS PÁSSAROS – Trinta e cinco, Por Célia Correia Loureiro

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    OS PÁSSAROS  Por Célia Correia Loureiro(excerto) trinta e cincoE cogitar que as juras da Manuela – aquele amontoado de desejo tão precoce de se agrilhoar a alguém –, eram...