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Fiction - Year V - Number 35 - April 2020

    LEAVES FROM THE FIELD by Michael Robinson

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    LEAVES FROM THE FIELDby Michael Robinson At Christian Appalachian Southern Baptist Institute (CASBI) there are two statues in the garden with the water-spring pond and a brick walkway leading...

    ERNIE by Clive Aaron Gill

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    ERNIEby Clive Aaron Gill I can’t decide if I should stay with Ernie. We’ve been together for fifteen years, and it will be hard to leave. But lately, I’ve...

    LOST CAT by Bogi Beykov

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    LOST CATby Bogi Beykov “Good evening, this is DreamNet - your friendly neighborhood internet provider. My name is Lilly. How can I help?” “Thank God it’s...

    ACCOUNTABLE VICTIM by Donald Zagardo

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    ACCOUNTABLE VICTIMBy Donald Zagardo A black and green lamppost, tall with chipped paint, across from Bryant Park, in front of a classic brown and gold twelve storied building, the...

    SQUISHY STAR TUBE by Franco Amati

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    SQUISHY STAR TUBEby Franco Amati The thing I remember most about that day was the squishy star tube. The way it moved all slippery in my hand and how...

    ZOETIC DEMISE by Savonte Hicks

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    ZOETIC DEMISEby Savonte Hicks As I opened my eyes the first thing I saw was me, clear as day in a mahogany casket laid out in a black tuxedo,...

    THE MAKEOVER by Adelaide Shaw

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    THE MAKEOVER    By Adelaide Shaw                                                                     Maggie’s worries were not about the hot, dry Santa Ana winds that blew into Los Angeles raising temperatures and tempers and creating a high fire...

    WHO AM I by Britney Saint Joy

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    WHO AM Iby Britney Saint Joy The hot sun hit the face of a woman who stood very confused examining her surroundings. A shopping district aligned with numerous shops...

    DEATH AND BASEBALL by Red Rollins*

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    DEATH AND BASEBALLBy Red Rollins He parked at the subway station and took the train to Union. The southbound train was filled with blue jerseys—couples, gangs of women, gangly men...

    CONFESSIONAL by Richard Rose

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    CONFESSIONALby Richard Rose The request for a visit from a priest had taken Lucy by surprise. She knew that as a child her mother, encouraged by her parents who...