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NonFiction - Year III - Number 18 - November 2018

    NACHES By Jeffrey Loeb

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    NACHESBy Jeffrey Loeb   West of the city the river road beckoned, all soft oak-leaves and ripening corn. It struck me as a place for reflection, so on impulse I cut north off the...

    GOING HUNTING By Cynthia Close

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    GOING HUNTINGBy Cynthia Close We were driving from Boston to my parent’s home in New Jersey. Pete had the rifle in the back of the van. It was Thanksgiving...

    A PISS ON THE CHEEK By Walker Thomas

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    A PISS ON THE CHEEKBy Walker Thomas   My escape took me as far as Tucson, where I ditched the car and volunteered for the draft. I bussed to El Paso for basic training...

    KILLINGS AND ABDUCTION By Tamas Dobozy

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    KILLINGS AND ABDUCTIONBy Tamas Dobozy The summer of 1981 was the summer of murdered children.The bodies had been turning up for a year in the Lower Mainland of British...

    MEDIOCRE EXISTENTIALIST By Rebecca Kirschbaum

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    MEDIOCRE EXISTENCIALISTBy Rebecca Kirschbaum You slurred about how you loved yourself while you hung from a balcony, two stories in the air, staring at the frozen ground beneath you.It...

    MEDIEVAL SURGERY AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE THIRD MILLENNIUM By Dr. Raymond Fenech

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    MEDIEVAL SURGERY AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE THIRD MILLENNIUMBy Dr. Raymond Fenech Who isn’t overawed by the progress that medicine has made in this third millennium? Yet few people...

    I COULD ONLY HEAR HER SILENCE By Juanita Tovar Mutis

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    HOLD HER ONCE AGAINby Juanita Tovar  IIt’s Saturday. Sábado. In the AM. The sky is a solid shade of light blue, unclouded and pristine. Its pastel hues are reflected on Juanita’s red sunglasses...

    MYSTERIES OF ENGLISH CLASS: GANESH By Gregg Williard

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    MYSTERIES OF ENGLISH CLASS: GANESHBy Gregg Williard   Today’s ESL class is a YouTube video of “How Ganesh Got an Elephant Head.” There are dozens of versions of the story from the Ramayana, Mahabharata...

    THE CHIPPED-TOOTHED HEART By LaDonna Friesen

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    THE CHIPPED-TOOTHED HEARTBy LaDonna Friesen   I pushed a button, and the rear van door beeped like a pulse. It felt hot enough inside it to be a heart. I loaded a couple cloth...