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Fiction - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

    GETTING THERAPY IN BEIJING IS A PRODUCTION

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    GETTING THERAPY IN BEIJING IS A PRODUCTION- An excerpt from a novel “Waiting for Love Child”by Maya Alexandri I went to the International Harmony Hospital family counseling clinic because...

    VINDICATION by Matthew Emma

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    VINDICATIONBy Matthew Emma (Dedicated to John Liotine, a man who showed the courage to do what few men would)      While a man many reviled did not...

    CONNECT THE DOTS by Alex Clark-McGlenn

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    CONNECT THE DOTSBy Alex Clark-McGlenn Author's Note: The names of those involved in this piece have been changed to protect their privacy. 10:40pm February 23rd

    CLICK by Patrick Jahnke

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    CLICKBy Patrick Jahnke We walked all around the town. We walked across streets during rush hour and across abandoned dirt roads. We walked down the road to Ms. Harris’s...

    WASTED LIFE IDIOT by Katie Baker

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    WASTED LIFE IDIOTBy Katie Baker The morning it broke was brilliant, a warm June morning as clear as water in a crystal glass. The sun rode high in the...

    FINDING THE END by Idalis Nieves

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    FINDING THE ENDBy Idalis Nieves             Ebony Rose didn’t care for interacting with the other students in her sixth grade class other than through the seating chart devised by...

    HAPPILY EVER AFTER WORLD by Susan Lago

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    HAPPILY EVER AFTER WORLDBy Susan Lago Annie has a date. They met on TruLuv.com, a dating site for those who haven’t yet given up on love. So far most...

    HEADLESS BUDDHA by Stephen J. Gallas

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    HEADLESS BUDDHABy Stephen J. Gallas The baked clay temple towered over the clearing surrounded by lush green foliage, and served as the only landmark in sight. This particular temple...

    MOURNER’S PRAYER by Richard Klin

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    MOURNER'S PRAYERBy Richard Klin      After the end of the Second World War—after the German occupation, the round-ups, the hiding—the tailor’s son and daughter boarded a ship and left...

    TIMES BEING WHAT THEY ARE by Beth Deitchman

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    TIMES BEING WHAT THEY AREBy Beth Deitchman Raymond put off telling his employees about the impending branch closure for three weeks.  At first he held onto the hope that...