Nonfiction

    THE LOST SOLES OF D.C. by Terry Connell

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    It was an early June morning, the sun was still working its way into the eastern sky, and there I was, heading up Quincy Street, on the final stretch of my morning...

    HOPE AT LAST By Jon Epstein

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        WE CALL HIM ABBAby Sacha Gragg  “Sacha, is your family Jewish?”I don’t remember which one of my soccer teammates asked me that, but the question stunned me. My hand stilled the wooden spoon...

    RAW GOD EXPERIENCE By Derek Nast

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    RAW GOD EXPERIENCEby Derek Nast  What need is there to revisit these past couple of weeks, its majority had been messed up enough as it was. I’m just thrilled...

    DOLPHINS, AS A METAPHOR By Justine Cadwell

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    DOLPHINS, AS A METAPHORby Justine Cadwell  A dolphin’s smile is the greatest deception. It creates the illusion that they’re always happy. – Ric O’BarryWhat would it be like to...

    NOVEMBER SURPRISE By Gabrielle Rivard

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    NOVEMBER SURPRISEby Gabrielle Rivard November 7 I took Harry to nursery school on Monday morning. He was happy to leave me and ran into the living...

    THE TROUBLE WITH GERRY By Christopher Harris

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    THE TROUBLE WITH GERRYby Christopher Harris  In 1964 my thirty-one-year-old brother Gerry cut himself off from our family. I was 19. I’ve never come to terms with his disappearance. Many times I’ve thought...

    HOW THE FILM THE EXORCIST CAME ABOUT By Dr. Raymond Fenech

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    HOW THE FILM THE EXORCIST CAME ABOUTby Dr. Raymond Fenech Part 1 A small group of nuns and priests met the woman in the chapel of...

    FIFTH COLUMN by Louis Gallo

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    I somehow survived the disfiguring identity crises of high school and the end had finally come.  School closed and summer burst open like a solar flare, so scalding you wanted to take...

    MY ANCIENT ENEMY By Daniel Bailey

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    RESTLESS RAMBLINGSby Sara Magruder  Complete and Utter NonsenseI sit in the living room at 1:30 am and begin writing. I know I am going to be tired and cranky in the morning, but...