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    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.”

    THE AUCTION by Amanda N Jourdan

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    THE AUCTIONby Mandi Jourdan She must have had grandchildren.That was the only explanation I could offer for the white plastic car with the blue-and-red stripes sitting atop one of...

    WINTER’S CALL by Brian Schulz

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                It has been snowing for eight days.  Steady snow, constant, hour after hour.  Sometimes heavy, occasionally just in wisps.  The wind has come up a couple of times and stirred things,...

    THE BURNING TREE by Lucas Milliron

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    THE BURNING TREEBy Lucas Milliron “Why have you brought me here?” She asked at the foot of the great red tree.“Was it truly me that brought you here?” He...

    BLUE FEATHERS by Evan Massey

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    BLUE FEATHERSby Evan  Massey Sharon wanted to go out west to try her hand at movies. She told me she was done with school.“It’s not for me,” she said.She...

    THE CONVERSATION by Zach Murphy

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    “How do you want to die?“ “Is that a threat?” “I mean, like. . . If you could choose, which way would you prefer to die?”

    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...

    BY NO MEANS by B. P. Herrington

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    BY NO MEANSby B. P. Herrington The fly skittering across the sales counter fiddled its forelegs and sprang up in an aimless drift.  In the acrid odor of fertilizer...

    DISAPPEARED SOUNDS by J.C. Sullivan

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    DISAPPEARED SOUNDSby J.C. Sullivan One night the week before last Jane Parker clearly heard the sound of an eight track tape clicking from one track to the next.  She...

    A HARD CALL TO MAKE by Kristine Sarasin

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    A HARD CALL TO MAKEby Kristine Sarasin  Before she got to the restaurant Shyanne had thought that a pair of dark wash jeans, tiny black heels, and a white...