Category: Fiction

Cameron Hunt McNabb

CASITA by Cameron Hunt McNabb The house smelled like Seventh Avenue on a Saturday morning, as if all the bakeries and markets had moved into our kitchen. That was
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Thomas Mundt

SWEET PEA by Thomas Mundt I have Sweet Pea on hold. She needs a moment to collect her thoughts, and her bills. They are voluminous, the lion’s share
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L.S. Bassen

THE END OF THE COLD WAR by L.S. Bassen 25th December 1989. Leonard Bernstein gave a concert in Berlin celebrating the collapse of the Wall, conducting the “Ode
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John-Henry Doucette

VOLUNTEERS By John-Henry Doucette A few nights before the O’Connells held their first and only pig roast, I named a ship I served aboard long before I retired
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Nick Fatuzzo

PAPERWEIGHT By Nick Fatuzzo “Alright, listen up, you bastards!” I’m ten years old, and my best friend, Jonathan, has picked up his most recent favorite word from one
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