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Fiction - Year V - Number 29 - October 2019

    DOWNTOWN WALDOS by Mark Massaro

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    DOWNTOWN WALDOSby Mark Massaro  Riley, my pot-dealers girlfriend, arched her body over the enormous yoga ball in front of my while I sat on their couch as he weighed...

    ZAMBONI PUDDLE by Joe Miller

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    ZAMBONI PUDDLEby Joe Miller “Can’t now,” she says. “You’re going to have to take him.”He knows an extra shift for Stacey means time and a half, and extra cash...

    LUCAS PARRA by Jose Recio

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    LUCAS PARRABy Jose Recio  It’s the year 2010, and Lucas Parra can’t wait to be there! He’s returning to his old town in Spain, where he was born and...

    PORTO by Benjamin Rees

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    PORTOby Benjamin Rees With sand still in his boots, and a sleepless night in the Cairo airport behind him, Jordan took the tram from the airport towards downtown Porto....

    COMPANION by Mark Hurtubise

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    COMPANIONby Mark Hurtubise In a small round city park, Timothy, an almost unconditionally-loved young boy, frequently played alone under 16 oak trees sharing the perimeter with eight wooden picnic...

    WHERE THIEVES BREAK IN AND STEAL by Chase Dearinger

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    WHERE THIEVES BREAK IN AND STEALby Chase Dearinger Friday Afternoon             As Carl took the exit marked SH 33, confidence dissolved into panic.  His veins narrowed with...

    THE SPECTRUM OF GREATNESS by Jared Alexander

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    THE SPECTRUM OF GREATNESSBy Jared Alexander Introduction The South Side Bandits were a Chicago-based youth organization football team. John O'Reilly, a retired blue-collar worker with balding...

    NOTE TO THE CHILDREN by Claudia Geagan

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    NOTE TO THE CHILDRENby Claudia Geagan For Reese, for Randall in heaven, for Betsy, Helen, Carol and you too Patti-Cake, April 21.This is one letter from...

    WOLF BENEATH THE WAVES by Sandra Gould Ford

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    WOLF BENEATH THE WAVESBy Sandra Gould Ford  The brick-red Jeep Wrangler cruised beside the icy river, kicking up great sprays of snow. The driver, Peyton Granville, said, “Guess we...

    LIVE A MILE by John Abraham

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    LIVE A MILEBy John Abraham "Thank you both for coming today. It was brave deciding to take up with the machine rather than being forced. Mr. Johnson, Mr. Hampton,...