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NonFiction - Year IV - Number 27 - August 2019

    BLUEBEARD’S TREASURE By Joseph Albanese

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    BLUEBEARD'S TREASUREby Joseph Albanese    There was treasure in those woods. He knew it. Even at five-years old, he knew it. There were ghosts in those woods as well. He...

    MILK DUTY By John L. Stanizzi

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    MILK DUTYby John L. Stanizzi    St. Mary’s was a tiny, predominantly Irish-Catholic school – first through eighth grade.  There were thirty-one kids in my graduating class -- 1962.  There was Armstrong.  Flaherty.  McGowan. ...

    TALES OF PEPPER By Bettina Rotenberg

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    TALES OF PEPPERby Bettina Rotenberg June 27, 2018 Pepper was my heart, my soul, the spirit of my life. He animated my bed, the red easy...

    SURVIVE. LIVE By Edward Lee

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    SURVIVE. LIVEBy Edward Lee Like too many fathers across the globe I only get to see my daughter every second weekend. Out of 336 hours, I get 30. Before,...

    EXCERPT: A REVIEW OF “ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY 4th STREET” By Brenda Yates

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    EXCERPT: A REVIEW OF “ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY 4th STREET”by Brenda Yates …as for the title poem, it, too, keeps to itself. In fact, nothing is known of “I” at the...

    IN DA NANG WITH DANA By Roberto Loiederman

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    A WASTE OF BREATHby Roberto Loiederman     November, 1967 -- Da Nang, VietnamI looked over the railing. I’d just smoked half a joint after having swallowed small, measured amounts of Dexedrine and Valium, so...

    WHEN’S MOM GETTING HOME by Alex de Cruz

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    WHEN'S MOM GETTING HOMEby Alex de Cruz I slowly drove the car with my three young children along the frozen-dirt road that ran between the rows of trees. We...