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    THE COUNTRY OF THE PAST – By Michelle Cacho-Negrete

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    COUNTRY OF THE PASTBy Michelle Cacho-Negrete My husband Kevin and I drift along the Finnish-Russian border as though suspended on the edge of a dream, my dream of Russia,...

    I AM A HILLWALKER By David McVey

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    I AM A HILLWALKERBy David McVey  I climbed my first Munro in 1976 but I didn’t know, then, that it was a Munro.Every year, in September, there used to be a mass sponsored walk from...

    WEST by Pete Warzel

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    West West is the dream where the light ends. It is the place of redemption, an earth torsioned and twisted in sworls and declines that dead end or lead...

    FADED by Victoria Endres

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    FADEDby  Victoria Endres    A small wet drop blurred the rounded pink letters where it landed. Quickly I set the pages back onto the smooth grey surface of the...

    BATMAN DOESN’T FLY…HE GLIDES by Scott Trainer

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    BATMAN DOESN’T FLY…HE GLIDES Black as the darkest night, standing - or possibly hovering - in the slightest of divides between the pure black and any of the many shades of gray, is the figure...

    BEING CONSERVATIVE FROM A TO Z By S.R. Piccoli

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    BEING CONSERVATIVE FROM A TO Z An interview with author S.R. Piccoli Tell us about yourself (short biography) and how many books you have written.I was...

    MY DESERT By Myla Grier Aidou

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    MY DESERTby Myla Grier Aidou Moses and the Israelites wandered for 40 years in the desert. Every time I have heard this, I have said to myself, “Damn.” Why...

    IN THE WAITING ROOM By Pete Warzel

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        IN THE WAITING ROOMby Pete Warzel   There are two manners of conversation that occur in the waiting room of the Radiology Department at Mayo Clinic, Phoenix. The first is a deep dive into...

    APPARITIONS OF THE PAST by Aysel Basci

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    APPARITIONS OF THE PASTBy Aysel Basci  From time to time, when I look back on my life and ask myself what my happiest memories are, as some of us...

    THE DOMESTIC SIDE OF IMPERIALISM by Mariana Graciano

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    The Domestic Side of Imperialism: An Argentine Mother Raising Black Kids during the Presidential Transition in the US By Mariana Graciano Fantasmas