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NonFiction - Year III - Number 13 - May 2018

    FAKE PEOPLE ARE THE BEST ONES By Cassie Follman

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    FAKE PEOPLE ARE THE BEST ONESBy Cassie Follman When I was a kid, I was enamored with the world of Pretend. Endless possibilities stretched out before me, and imagining...

    DERELICT by Allen Long

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    DERELICTBy Allen Long I once sat on the floor at a Saturday night party at my friend Rick’s house; I was drunk, and Rick unknowingly stood on my legs,...

    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTURE By Dimitra Tsourou

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    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTUREby Dimitra Tsourou    This article stems from my dissatisfaction with the available interpretations of irony in Greek culture. A further difficulty in understanding “Greek irony” results from...

    HE LOVES ME, HE LOVES ME NOT By Michele Sprague

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    HE LOVES ME. HE LOVES ME NOTBy Michele Sprague Twenty years ago I couldn’t get enough of him. We talked for hours and never ran out of things to...

    KINDER-WHORE By Deanna M. Lehman

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    KINDERWHOREby Deanne M. Lehman(an excerpt) I was born into a world of darkness and my mother was the moon. Cold and unsmiling, she stood illuminated by her man of...

    THE EIGHTIES By Betty J. Sayles

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    THE EIGHTIESBy Betty J. Sayles My son was a career Air Force man and while visiting me in northern Wisconsin, he saw 80 acres of woods, swamp and beaver...

    THE HOWL OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHO By Vanya Suchan

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    THE HOWL OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHO: An Introspection into the Destructive Americaby Vanya Suchan To raise the notion that the human being reaches for the glamorized “American dream”, but...