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Fiction - Year IV - Number 23 - April 2019

    WANTED MAN by Anahit Petrosyan

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    WANTED MANby Anahit Petrosyan Now that he was suspended, Levi lied down in the back seat of his car and closed his eyes, going back three weeks to when he had been assigned this undercover...

    THE HARD WALK by Forrest McElroy

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    THE HARD WALKby Forrest McElroy Tommy struggled to climb out of the car, wobbling precariously until he gained purchase with his crutch. The driver got out of the sleek, black government vehicle and came over...

    DROVE MY CHEVY TO THE LEVEE BUT THE LEVEE WAS DRY by Beth Goldner

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    DROVE MY CHEVY TO THE LEVEE BUT THE LEVEE WAS DRYby Beth Goldner I stole the Jackson Marlowe sculpture, Cattails for Wendy, from the front yard of Jackson’s very own house. The stems were made of rebar...

    IMAGE AND VOICE by Liz Whitt

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    IMAGE & VOICEby Liz Whitt It was the first time he ever saw her. He was ten years old and he could feel the warmth seeping from his skin as it rested on the smooth,...

    ALL SHOOK UP by JW Burns

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    ALL SHOOK UPby JW Burns No one except Katherine Duff noticed when the room began to vibrate.The papers were neatly stacked in the center of the table, stamped, initialed, factored, weighed, sealed and hyperlinked. Now...

    LETTERS TO JULIA by Sara Cummings

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    LETTERS TO JULIAby Sara Cummings It felt like it had been decades since I’d last been home and driving down the same roads that I’d driven for the first 18 years of my life. It...