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Fiction - Year III - Number 10 - November 2017

    THE LADY OF THE HOUSE by Dennis J. Dymek

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    THE LADY OF THE HOUSEBy Dennis J. Dymek No one quite remembered anymore when Bob and Emily Taylor had moved into their remote cottage on the outskirts of town....

    SLEEPWALKING IN THE FROST by Lily Wright

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    SLEEPWALKING IN THE FROSTBy Lily Wright It was still dark when Ben drove the Gator out to the back paddocks to feed the fillies.  The sun was slow to...

    REVELATIONS OF TEN-YEAR-OLD by Saul Hernandez

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    REVELATIONS OF A TEN-YEAR-OLDBy Saul Hernandez  Every Sunday I walk with Him. I knock door to door with Brothers and Sisters from the Jehovah’s Witness Congregation. It usually goes...

    OPEN SECRET by Charlotte Freccia

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    OPEN SECRETBy Charlotte Freccia Cheap white wine and good cocaine at Hen’s house. Scrimp on one to score on the other, I guess. What’s a sweetheart like you doing in...

    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITH? By Raymond Arcangel

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    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITHBy Raymond Arcangel Nothing ever looked like it did in the movies. No cozy warm lounge, a half-dozen chairs of leather and wood with their backs...

    A PLACE OF BUSINESS by Bill Schillaci

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    A PLACE OF BUSINESSBy Bill Schillaci When I first entered its life, it was a stamp store, or seemed to be.  It had no business sign, but there was...

    ECHO by Andy Tu

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    ECHOBy Andy Tu The first time I met Elana, during freshmen orientation at college, I thought she was a loser. There wasn’t much to warrant this judgement, just a...

    O MITO DA FÉNIX de Vera Lúcia Gonçalves

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    O MITO DA FÉNIX   De Vera Lúcia Gonçalves Quando me debruço sobre a mitologia grega tendo a abrandar sempre no mito da Fénix. Há algo nela que...

    THE DELUGE by Gracjan Kraszewski

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    THE DELUGEBy Gracjan Kraszewski “We’d like to extend a special welcome to any viewers joining us following that wild conclusion to the Atlanta-Carolina game. What a finish, huh, Bob?”“That’s...

    UNUSED MILES by Richard Bentley

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    UNUSED MILESBy Richard Bentley This happened in San Francisco in the 1960s, but in the early sixties San Francisco wasn’t quite as we picture it now. There didn’t seem...