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NonFiction - Year IV - Number 21 - February 2019

    THE SMALL GIRL By Patrick Hahn

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    THE SMALL GIRLby Patrick Hahn I’m lying on the sofa in my bungalow, reading the same issue of Discover magazine for the twenty-ninth time. They don’t have much in the way...

    PAU HANA TIME By Kirby Michael Wright By Dr. Raymond Fenech

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    PAU HANA TIMEby Kirby Michael Wright IT WAS SATURDAY MORNING at the Moloka’i Ranch. The rooster light broke in through the bedroom window at the bungalow. Chipper Gilman was...

    ON FREEDOM – MAN’S EVERLASTING ILLUSION

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    ON FREEDOM – MAN’S EVERLASTING ILLUSIONby Raymond Fenech You can’t say that you’re advancing freedom when you use free thought to destroy free will. The determinists come to bind,...

    THE MESSAGE FROM THE CROCHETED DRESS By Maggie Gleason

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    THE MESSAGE FROM THE CROCHETED DRESSby Maggie Gleason I had been in San Cristobal de las Casas before. It’s a town with rectangular channels of short, rainbow colored buildings...

    LOST TIME: A ROAD TRIP JOURNAL By Jordan King

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    LOST TIME: A ROAD TRIP JOURNALby Jordan King  May 19, 2016We had planned for ninety days. Thirty to sell and sixty to close. If it went to plan we’d be ready right when...

    JOY By Allen Long

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        JOYby Allen Long  In December 2016 in the San Francisco Bay area, I drove to my orthopedic surgeon’s office in considerable pain.  Despite near-agony in my right leg, I experienced a sudden overpowering...

    TWO SUMMERS By Rachel Cavell

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    TWO SUMMERSby Rachel Cavell It wasn’t fully explainable, the fog of sadness clouding the morning last summer when Integral Tree and Landscaping came to chop down the tree that...

    THE LANDLADY By Robert Steward

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        THE LANDLADYby Robert Steward  Paris, France 2001“I like your clothes,” I said, before taking a sip of my café au lait.“Thank you, Robert.” My landlady touched her headscarf. “I make them myself.”Her silk floral...