Fiction - Year V - Number 38 - July 2020

    THE STOPPER by Aaron Israel

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    The Stopper by Aaron Israel It was early. Waves were slapping the shore. Dawns rays were peeking above the dark waters. A gray sunrise like that would never make the papers. I thought it was beautiful....

    THE POOR WOMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS by B. Craig Grafton

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    THE POOR WOMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS There once was a very poor unmarried woman by the name of Leticia who had given birth to a second daughter who she named...

    EMPIRE ACCESS by John Richmond

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    EMPIRE ACCESS (“Kiss Me Before You Go”) A Short Story by John Richmond (Copyright © John Richmond 2020) He intended it to be an “in-and-out” sort of trip. Take the 4AM-ish Amtrak Empire Access out of...

    LIKE DANCING WITH A CIGARETTE LIGHTER by Visnja Majewski

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    Like Dancing with a Cigarette Lighter Gold Coast, Australia, 1995 It’s Friday! You fumble with the notes and coins in your weekly pay packet; you want...