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

    HOUSEPLANT FUNERALS – By Robert Keast

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    HOUSEPLANT FUNERALSBy Robert Keast “Would bagpipes be possible?” Mrs. Stewart asked.“Of course.”“You could arrange that?”“Certainly,” I said.And I can. Honoring such requests is what I am called to do.“Could...

    AMERICAN PIE – By R.C. Savoie

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    AMERICAN PIEBy R.C. Savoie It was a pretty big deal the first time the Honk for Peace woman got run over. This was eight years ago, when Lucius was ten, back...

    THE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR SUIT – By Linda Boroff

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    The Hundred Thousand Dollar SuitBy Linda Boroff  “I wish the Asteroid would just put us out of our misery already,” David said, raising his arms to beckon the night...

    THE STORY-GATHERER’S CAIQUE VOYAGE – By Alexandros Plasatis

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    THE STORY-GATHERER’S CAIQUE VOYAGEBy Alexandros Plasatis  The Egyptian fisherman with the sliced-off arm finished telling his story to Angie and they looked out to the sea for a little...

    A RUSSIAN STORY – By Steven Pelcman

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    A RUSSIAN STORYBy Steven Pelcman Masha wasn’t a beautiful woman but she had an inner beauty and she made a man feel good because she was strong, able to...

    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...

    BABY AND JOE – By Vince Barry

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    BABY AND JOEBy Vince Barry Sherwood Anderson—I’m always reading something or other by ’m. I don’t know why. Maybe ’cause he raised his bed, an’ I do, too. Only...