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Fiction - Year V - Number 34 - March 2020

    MOLLY PITCHER by Daniel Picker

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    MOLLY PITCHERby Daniel Picker  IThe early spring sun shone brightly outside the kitchen windows as our mom stood over the griddle on the stove in the kitchen, making us...

    CADAVER IN THE FOREST by Robert Faszczewski

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    CADAVER IN THE FORESTby Robert Faszczewski Author’s Note: The following story is purely fictional. Any resemblance to real people or incidents is strictly coincidental. *****The badly...

    A FORK IN THE ROAD by Gary Delmar Jaycox

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    A FORK IN THE ROADby Gary Delmar Jaycox   “Can I pee in the back of your truck? Pleeeese.”            Thus roused from a fleeting daydream, I turned to my left...

    FINDING HER by Bianca Bonilla

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    FINDING HERby Bianca Bonilla  When I went to check the time, I got an incoming call from my sister. Right from when I picked up the...

    ON THE RUN by Victoria Rowse

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    ON THE RUNby Victoria Rowse  It was a regular day I got home about noon when I noticed the previously empty house was now alive with activity, I looked...

    SILVIES VALLEY RANCH by Michael Amato

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    SILVIES VALLEY RANCHby Michael Amato  "Morning, Sheriff," Cole says.            "What's going on here, Cole," the Sheriff says. .            "We received a disturbing call earlier today from Silvies Valley Ranch,"...

    CHRISTMAS TREE HEIST by Angela Smith

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    CHRISTMAS TREE HEISTby Angela Smith  I couldn’t believe what I was hearing on the other end of my cellphone. Someone had been cutting down the Colorado blue spruce trees,...

    FLAMENCO FOR BEGINNERS by Anita Haas

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    FLAMENCO FOR BEGINNERS by Anita Haas  Peggy splashed water on her face and left the ladies’ room. The dry heat of late June in Madrid had made her feel faint....

    THE WOMAN by Christopher Carroll

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    THE WOMANby Christopher Carroll  Todd climbed into his car after leaving the bar. The sky fell out from underneath, as the wind pressed up against the car. It sounded...

    THE RUN by Stan Dryer

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    THE RUNby Stan Dryer Harry Staunten had travelled far in Thatchford. He had run its broad streets in springtime, between the ample lawns bright with blooming shrubs. He had...