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NonFiction - Year III - Number 10 - November 2017

    NORMAL By Gina Miller-Meinema

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    NORMALBy Gina Miller-Meinema  “I know this guy. Glenn? Glenn, can you hear me?”“He can’t hear you.” I say to the fireman, even though I knew it was pointless. They...

    A WILD CHILD By Pamela Carter

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    A WILD CHILD By Pamela Carter I grew up in the 1950s in a small log cabin located in an inter-mountain valley west of Denver. Our...

    EMAIL TO A DEAD FRIEND By Doug Weaver

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    EMAIL TO A DEAD FRIENDBy Doug Weaver Hey Michael – guess what. You died this morning at about 4 a.m. So weird, huh? Apparently you had a heart attack...

    RESILIENT CHAINS By David Boyle

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    RESILIENT CHAINSBy David Boyle How many times have we looked within ourselves for an answer to the question What is happiness? More than any of us can imagine, I...

    NO TIME FOR TEARS By David Heath

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    NO TIME FOR TEARSBy D.G.  Heath I notice the caller ID number before I answered the phone. Mom and dad kept in touch with me almost every week since...

    MIMI By Pam Munter

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    MIMIBy Pam Munter Her most indelible appearance comes during the last segment of a silent and faded 8mm color film reel running just about three minutes, probably around 1949....

    TWENTY-SEVEN By Holley Hyler

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    TWENTY-SEVENBy Holley Hyler  The morning of my birthday, I opened the card my mother sent me. It was meant to be innocuous, but it opened the floodgates with only...

    THE PAINS AND PRIZE OF REMEMBERING TIME By Angela Yurchenko

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    THE PAINS AND PRIZE OF REMEMBERING TIMEBy Angela Yurchenko  “Culture is love plus memory,” a poet tells his students. I catch the reverberating echo of his voice refracting through...

    GRADUATE by Robert Cardullo

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    TWENTY-SEVENBy Holley Hyler  The morning of my birthday, I opened the card my mother sent me. It was meant to be innocuous, but it opened the floodgates with only...