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UPON HIS DEATH BED10/23/12

 

In this novel we find a dying man unreasonably self-possessed with the lack of control over the inevitability of his death, while he experiences the various stages of dying. Thus, in ...

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Fiction is my thing. I spend my free time writing it, I’ve taken several classes for it, and I aspire to publish my own work someday. When I heard we ...

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by Lauren McLaughlin Chase took her seat in the very first row of the cabin of the plane that was to take her from St. Petersburg, Florida to Kansas City, ...

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Available Fortune04/07/12

 

by Keddy Outlaw Day upon day, year after year, it got worse.  The women he met shopped desperately for marriage candidates.  One woman told him she knew on the very ...

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War04/07/12

 

by Anthony DeSantis After she retired, Mrs. Quaid only belly-danced andsat on our patio with us and her husband.They werehillbillies from Appalachia.No one knew why they moved to the suburbs ...

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by David Tarpley she: I love him.  I think I… I do… Yes, I definitely do.  He makes me laugh.  He is a thoroughly reliable man.  (Safe.)  He is always ...

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Promises by the Sea04/07/12

 

by J. Chris Lawrence and Agnostic Zetetic Shuffling through an old shoe box, my hands seize on the smooth surface of a postcard. A chill brushes over me as I gingerly ...

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by Alex E. Mosier “Everyone has their story.  What is it that made them who they are.  What situations, circumstances, this that and the next thing as well as their ...

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God’s Drug04/07/12

 

by Angela Pilson “How was your first week?” Cali counted the seventy-sixth ruby square on Dr. Harvey’s shag carpet. For a doctor, he had odd taste. She raised her brows ...

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Breakage04/07/12

 

by Elaine Kehoe You first noticed it in that restaurant in Salt Lake City. Sitting at the bar, waiting for a table, you heard the sound of a glass crashing ...

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