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NonFiction - Year IV - Number 25 - June 2019

    LOST AND RE-FOUND By Jane Babson

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    LOST AND RE-FOUNDBy Jane Babson  It may well be true that my son David’s Chromosome 7 is partly responsible for anovernight journey to Lost Lake in the Mt. Hood...

    IN KABUL By Robin Fasano

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    IN KABULBy Robin Fasano   There are no parks, barely a blade of grass. Kabul is wide open sky and rugged blue mountains. My driver, Latif, has been with me since I arrived. His...

    FAMILIAR STRANGERS By Adina Sara

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    FAMILIAR STRANGERSby Adina Sara The phone rings, the clock blares 5:00 am, I jolt awake; this is it! My son’s frantic voice confirms what I already know. We’re on our way to...

    BREASTFEEDING BLUES by Joanna Kadish

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    BREASTFEEDING BLUESby Joanna Kadish I sat with my best friend Terry, each of us holding our newly minted babies. Terry’s baby, Casey, was born breach, as was mine. But...

    NOTHING THERE By Megan Madramootoo

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    NOTHING THEREby Megan Madramootoo  I watched Seth quietly and quickly disappear behind the off-white front door as he held something small and box-like between his two hands. When the door slammed...

    FATHER JOHN by MIlton Montague

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    FATHER JOHNby Milt Montague  It was in the middle of World War ll. The United States was fighting both Nazi Germany and Japan.  Milt had just completed four months...