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    SHIVER by Ben Shahon

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    Shiver I don’t remember where or when it was that I first met Alex. As far back as I can remember, she and I have been close. Her mom,...

    IN THE LIFE OF A SLEEPWALKER by Paulette Carter

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    I woke up in a cold sweat. I realized that my husband is not beside me in our bed. I come to and realize that my husband must be sleepwalking. The weirdest...

    GOING HOME by Emily Chaff

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    GOING  HOME Springdale, Ohio.                 God, what a place.                 It was the sort of small town that lacked any of the charm...

    THE UNFORGOTTEN GIRL by Shylee Yachin

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    The Unforgotten Girl He knew she lived in the egg house on the corner of Windflower Lane—the faded yolk one with cream-shell shutters. He knew who she was and...

    FRECKLES by Sabahattin Ali / Translated by Aysel K. Basci

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    Freckles By Sabahattin Ali / Translated by Aysel K. Basci It was a hot, sultry day. I had just left a friend’s home, where I had...

    A CUP OF TEA by Robert Parker

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    A Cup of Tea. Of course, time travel is impossible. If it had been invented or discovered, we would know about it. This is for the simple reason that...

    TUNNEL VISION by Susan Cornford

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    Malcolm watched from the doorway as Imogene switched around place cards for their dinner party one last time. He was lucky to have found a wife with such a strong sense of,...

    MORE by Karole Bennett

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                The cold metal table pressed into my back, and the cork, water-stained, ceiling loomed over me. A lightbulb dangled from a tarnished-brown chain. The dim light misted through the room, emitting...

    PETER-BY-THE-BAY by Thomas Belton

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    While others went to the Park to see and be seen, to flirt and promenade, Peter did not. He preferred to ride his bike past the long meadow where the soccer players...

    PARTNERS by Olga Collazo Perez

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                    Kimi bit her lip and did her level best not to jump at the sound of something slamming against the counter behind her.   “You’re not welcome here!”...