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Fiction - Year II - Number 7 - Volume II - June 2017

    BOOK OF JOE – By Chris Wright

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    THE BOOK OF JOEBy Chris Wright I think it would be wise to write a short preface to the following little piece I wrote approximately ten years ago. This literary experiment, basically a...

    THE BLOSSOM-WATCHERS – By David Vardeman

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    THE BLOSSOM-WATCHERSBy David Vardeman Mr. King’s son married Mr. Feinmann’s daughter.  “We should get married too,” Mr. Feinmann said to Mr. King.“Do you mean to each other?”“I was thinking...

    5A’s PROMISE – By Lea Baker

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    5A’s PROMISEBy Lea Baker Apartment 5A lost hope of ever housing a permanent family the day Jeremy Jenkins moved. In the proceeding decades 5A came to feel more and...

    THE FLEA CIRCUS – By Harold Barnes

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    THE FLEA CIRCUSBy Harold Barnes For Ari Only "The attraction of the virtuoso for the public is like that of the circus for the crowd... there...

    THE NIGHTMARE THAT NEVER SLEEPS – By Michael Neary

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    THE NIGHTMARE THAT NEVER SLEEPSBy Michael Neary The nightmare materialized once more when Noor awoke from her dreams.The yellow walls were shaking and the floors were trembling.  Noor sat...

    RELAPSE – By Danielle Garner

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    RELAPSEBy Danielle Garner “What do we call a god who creates suffering?” asks Professor Tamir. He pauses, creating an uncomfortable silence inside of the classroom—his head roams from student...

    UNREST – By Vicki J. Bell

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    UNRESTBy Vicki J. Bell Every family has its’ own bag of crazy.  Some only have quirks, like the teenage son who sleeps with a stuffed walrus or the daughter...

    PALMIRO – By Jose Recio

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    PALMIROBy Jose L. Recio “I’m tired of your laziness!” Silvia leaves the apartment and slams the door behind her. Palmiro, feeling harassed, jumps out of bed and walks into...

    JUST BEFORE HE PAINTED THE HANDS – By A. A. Reinecke

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    JUST BEFORE HE PAINTED THE HANDSBy A. A. Reinecke It was a good day: one of those summer days that come in a weeklong string like a muslin handkerchief...