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Ferocity

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June 2017

Nicola Lagioia

TR. Antony Shugaar

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June 2017

A pale three-quarter moon lit up the state highway at two in the morning. The road connected the province of Taranto to Bari, and...

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May 2017

Gloria

Aaron Peck

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May 2017

Bernard, whenever he thought of Geoffrey, would remember his gait on the afternoon of their first meeting. Geoffrey walked...

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April 2017

Abu One-Eye

Rav Grewal-Kök

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April 2017

He left two photographs.   In the first, his eldest brother balances him on a knee. It must be...

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April 2017

1,040 MPH

Alexander Slotnick

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April 2017

Isaac Goodchrist, Esq. reviewed the 48-hour letter.   …therefore, in the strictly professional opinion of this author, the nation’s...

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April 2017

The Lovers

Devyn Defoe

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April 2017

Everyone who asks questions, asks in some way about love. The question is one half, the answer the other....

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April 2017

The Bad Thing

Annie Julia Wyman

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April 2017

1.   It must have been around the same time she decided that she really was using all the...

Two Adventures

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April 2017

Ari Braverman

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April 2017

I. A Cosmopolitan Avenue   …where a girl pretends the whole city is dead. She is too old for games like this one, but...

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April 2017

Hangnails, and Other Diseases

Giada Scodellaro

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April 2017

Benson’s Syndrome   Grapefruit. I have lost the word for it. Popillo? Popello? No, no. It escapes her, the...

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April 2017

Birch

Thomas Chadwick

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April 2017

1997   Business boomed. Optimism was shooting up everywhere and bursting into flower. Music was jocular. Sport was effusive....

Terre Haute

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April 2017

Lauren Van Schaik

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April 2017

We’ve been quarantined in the school gym for three weeks when we realise just how much we’ve forgotten. Not just about the inseminations, the...